If you don’t count sleep, my days are generally divided into three activities: SEO and Digital Marketing; reading very old stories for grad school; and writing brand new stories to pursue publication. In all three cases, my passion lies in the magical intersection of learning and teaching.
You can read more about my work with SEO on the digital marketing page. The storytelling stuff is similarly well-organized. What else is there to say?
I live in a small town in northern New Mexico with my dog and three cats. I work from home. In my “free” time I’m writing my dissertation as a Ph.D. Candidate in the Mythological Studies and Depth Psychology program at Pacifica Graduate Institute. My undergrad is from Sweet Briar College, where I studied International Affairs and Modern Foreign Languages. I speak conversational Spanish, French, and German, and have a graduate certificate in translation from Georgia State.
I took all of the photographs on the site (with the exception of the headshot above). I tend to go to strange places, and my eye zooms in on stranger details. In my social media profiles (see lower right-hand corner for links) I often mention dystopian imagery and crumbling buildings. I believe part of understanding how things work is noticing how they fall apart. Some of my photos are for sale on Picfair.
I’m very frank about the fact that I have a chronic condition that sometimes makes it hard for me to get around. In fact, I’ve written about it on WebMD! I also still run my personal blog over here – in all its navel-gazing glory.
If you want to get in touch, please use the contact form to reach out.