On the Clock
When I was a kid, I used to dream about having a job at a building full of other writers, where I could work on everything from screenplays to poetry. The fact that this job actually exists came as an intense shock. But I've since recovered.
In 2020, I graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor's degree in advertising. I accepted a job at Doner, a Detroit-based agency, where I now write for brands like Jeep and Fairlife milk.
Awards I've Won:
Gold Cube for Craft in Writing | The One Show for Creativity, Young Ones 2020
Gold Telly Award for Branded Content | Telly Awards 2020
International Student Award Shortlist | ANDYs 2020
Excellence in Personal Essay | Mayhew Awards 2020
Excellence in Feature-Length Screenwriting | Mayhew Awards 2019
First Place | National Student Advertising Competition, Districts 2019
Other Brands I've Worked With:
Ram | Chrysler | Amazon | Hasbro | Beats by Dre | Nickelodeon | The Color Run
Off the Clock
Listens to NPR more than she listens to music
Listens to full-cast audiobooks more than she listens to NPR
Pairs well with: a sentimental screenplay about podcasters in love that won an award one time.
Average Scrabble score of 325
Plans to haunt a museum giftshop
after her death
Pairs well with: a sestina* I wrote to prove I can do hard things.
The Meg* of the family
*The emotional support sibling: provides you with FaceTime calls, relationship advice, and Instagram comments you never asked for.
Embroiders her own t-shirts
*Sestina: a poem with six stanzas of six lines and a final triplet, all stanzas having the same six words at the line-ends in six different sequences that follow a fixed pattern, and with all six words appearing in the closing three-line envoi.
Fierce defender of superhero's girlfriends
Wrote her first letter to her congressperson at age ten
Because water drainage gates should NOT have gaps big enough to pose a threat to local ducklings
Has never lived in an apartment she didn't believe was haunted
Pairs well with: a (sample of) a melodramatic novel about teenage amnesiacs.
Jane Austen's great-great-great-grandniece
Constantly looking for an excuse to buy another candle
Probably stayed up all last night writing an essay on Twitter
Pairs well with: a passionate personal essay about the true meaning of Spider-Man.
Never happier than when she's taking notes on a really big whiteboard
Preferably with a pen behind one ear