​​​​​Selected Work

Singer of rock band The Moth & The Flame undergoes kidney transplant to save mentor's life (TODAY Show)

See inside the Wisconsin company that's implanting tiny microchips in its employees (TODAY Show)

Mom warns of barbecue danger after son swallows wire brush bristle (TODAY Show)

'Twin' sisters celebrate one year after a mother and her surrogate gave birth 

(TODAY Show)

Mom, millennial daughter compare lives at 27, and they couldn't be more different (TODAY Show))

High school students hope to combat suicide, depression with '13 Reasons Why Not' project (TODAY Show)

​Dancer with Down syndrome picked to compete in Minnesota Miss USA pageant (TODAY Show)

Kickstarter campaign amassing capital for Littleton man’s web series​ (BusinessDen)

​​​​Denver startups begin 2017 strong with $49.5 million in funding (Denverite)

The Food Corridor emerges to promote local food, as an incubator for kitchen incubators (Denverite)

SendGrid’s plans: Go public, be a $1 billion company. Here’s why Colorado’s tech scene will be watching closely. (Denverite)

High-altitude living can prolong your life. Except when it doesn’t. (Denverite)

No one is really sure what pot does to a developing fetus 
(Denverite, Second place award for general health care reporting - SPJ Colorado's Top of the Rockies 2017 )

The New Faces of Feminism in the Dance Music Scene (Beatselector Magazine)

Woodside Residents Welcome Upgrades to Big Bush Park (


Winter on Coney Island (March 2016)

Ice Fishing with Shane Dubois (Denverite)

Tommy Chong talks marijuana in Denver (Denverite)


Denver’s jewelry auction hawks two years worth of lost watches, rings and baubles — in bulk (Denverite)

What is it like to live with the maximum legal number of cats? (Denverite) 

LOOK: Photos from Rock Against the TPP, with Tom Morello, Anti- Flag, Flobots, Evangeline Lilly

Supporters, protesters interact, dialogue and clash outside Western Conservative Summit (Denverite)