Portfolio

Selected Clips:

Seaweed is a superfood you can forage. Here’s how.” (National Geographic, 2022)

Want to help California’s kelp forests? Eat sea urchins.” (National Geographic, 2022)

Where to go in Australia based on your travel style” (Fodors, 2022)

The Best Way to Spy Brown Bears in Alaska” (Virtuoso, 2022)

Pack up and set out on these wild Wyoming road trips” (Lonely Planet, 2022)

Studying hurricanes at sea to save lives on shore” (Yale Climate Connections, 2022)

The best state parks in Wyoming: hot springs, cool lakes and incredible views” (Lonely Planet, 2022)

Wyoming’s best campgrounds for RV and tent campers” (Lonely Planet, 2022)

9 amazing places to visit in Wyoming for big nature, outdoor adventure and cool towns” (Lonely Planet, 2022)

The Kindness of Strangers” (page 48, Ensemble Extraordinary Experiences, 2022)

Jackson Hole Seeks a Better Tourism Future” (Western Confluence, 2022)

Hideaways: CIVANA Wellness Resort and Spa” (Essentialist, 2022)

Inside the growing movement to share science through quilting” (Smithsonian, 2021)

Ever wanted to volunteer for a scientific expedition? Here’s how” (National Geographic, 2021)

Thawing permafrost prompts Denali National Park to reimagine its future” (National Geographic, 2021)

In Malaysia, Recycled Fire Hoses Help Make Way for Endangered Langurs” (Atlas Obscura, 2021)

Wild Wonders in the North Atlantic” (Ensemble Extraordinary Experiences, 2021)

Artists chronicle climate change in the Arctic and Antarctic” (Yale Climate Connections, 2021)

Science of Road Ecology” (Western Confluence, 2021)

Road Noise” (Western Confluence, 2021)

Wellness in Jackson Hole” (Essentialist, 2021)

Surging tourism is straining this Yellowstone gateway town” (National Geographic, 2020)

Can this Wyoming town save its summer tourism season?” (National Geographic, 2020)

How scientists are keeping irreplaceable research going during the COVID-19 pandemic” (Smithsonian, 2020)

Coastal Job: Polar Bear Guard” (Hakai, 2020)

Released to the wild: Unwanted pets take a toll on ecosystems” (Western Confluence, 2020)

Cancer to the rescue? A potential solution to invasive mussels” (Western Confluence, 2020)

You outta master these quirky customs if you want to hang out here” (Fodors, 2020)

Can the world’s first hybrid cruise ship make Antarctic voyaging ‘greener’?” (Adventure, 2020)

Sustainable Antarctica” (Ensemble Travel, 2020)

“Extinct flower rediscovered in Hawaii, via drones” (National Geographic, 2019)

“Trailblazing Engineer Irene Peden Broke Antarctic Barriers for Women” (Smithsonian, 2019)

“What it takes to do climate research in the Arctic” (Yale Climate Connections, 2019)

Look Up: 8 of Canada’s Best Stargazing Destinations” (Budget Travel, 2019)

Glacier and Bears and Views, Oh My!” (Montecristo, 2019)

Spot sandhill cranes in Idaho this fall” (Visit Idaho, 2019)

Scientists plan year locked in ice to unlock Arctic climate change data” (Yale Climate Connections, 2019)

Tag responsibly: A new campaign encourages thoughtful geotagging to protect wild spaces” (Roadtrippers, 2019)

Clearing the Way” (Big Sky Journal, 2019)

High school students do research in Greenland” (Yale Climate Connections, 2019)

Great Escapes: Manitoba” (National Geographic Traveler, 2018)

“How to Experience Canada’s Famous Polar Bear Party” (NationalGeographic.com, 2017)

“Burn Notice: Wildfire engulfed Yellowstone 20 years ago. Its recovery could predict the future of the West” (Discover, 2018)

“Greenland’s ice sheets hold clues to global sea-level rise” (National Geographic, 2018)

Dwindling Sea Ice Brings Polar Bears in Conflict With Humans” (Discover, 2018)

“Avant-Garde Gonads” (Hakai, 2018)

The Snowplane Capital of the World” (Big Sky Journal, 2018)

“Warming can make winter camouflage a liability” (Yale Climate Connections, 2018)

“The Poo-Poo Project is Saving Birds from a Dirty Demise” (Atlas Obscura, 2018)

“Staying Vigilant: Scientists are on the lookout for white-nose syndrome in Wyoming bats” (Western Confluence, 2018)

“Flock Together: Join the Migration” (Backpacker, January 2018) (part one, part two)

Where in the National Park System Should You Pitch Your Tent or Park Your RV?” (National Parks Traveler, Summer 2018) (See page 16)

“For the Birds: Fall Migration Hikes” (Backpacker, November 2017)

“Ultimate Adventures in the Path of the Solar Eclipse” (NationalGeographic.com, August 2017)

“5 of the Best Beaches to Camp in the USA” (NationalGeographic.com, July 2017)

“How Weird Will Wildlife Get During the 2017 Solar Eclipse?”  (Audubon.com, August 2017)

“In Wyoming, a Statewide Relay Race to Rescue Golden Eagles” (Audubon.com, January 2017)

“A Century of Denali National Park” (REI Co-op Journal, 2017)

“Discover Beartooth Pass” (Northwest Travel, July/Aug 2017)

“Discover Hailey Idaho” (Northwest Travel, July/Aug 2017)

Another Kind of Nightlife” (Big Sky Journal, 2016)

National parks respond to climate change” (Western Confluence, February 2016)

“Wildflower Hikes” (Backpacker, May 2016)

“Hike Back in Time” (Backpacker, March 2016)

“National Park Breweries” (Draft Magazine, July/August 2016)

“Grand Teton Brewing Company: Idaho Brews with Mountain Views” (Beer Advocate, March 2016)

“Where to Drink in Fort Collins, Colorado” (Beer Advocate, January 2016)

“Destinations: Sacramento, California” (Beer Advocate, October 2015)

“Grizzlies and Whitebarks: Where do bears turn when an important food source starts to vanish?” (Western Confluence, August 2015)

“Constructing Sage Grouse Habitat: Does mowing, burning, or spraying sagebrush actually help?” (Western Confluence, August 2015)

“20 Things You Didn’t Know About Nuclear Accidents” (Discover, March 2015)

“Wildlife Hot Spots” (Backpacker Magazine, September 2014)

“The Best Volcano Hikes in the U.S.” (Backpacker.com, 2014)

“Dust on Snow: A Dirty Mountain Snow Pack Affects Communities Downstream” (Western Confluence, December 2014)