Journalism students constantly ask me how much journalists make. But after that, they ask me how I got my start. In late 2001, I took a job writing obituaries for a branch of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and in my free time, I jumped at every feature assignment I could get. After a few years, I built up enough clips to become a real-life reporter in upstate New York and then an editor at Alternative Press. After five years at AP, I decided to go back to my roots and won two statewide Keystone Press Awards from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. I left the paper to return to music during the summer of 2014, but you can read all my work here.
– East Franklin Police: ‘It Appeared Intentional’ (7/10/12)
– Elderton High to Close (6/28/12)
– HAVIN Director Puts Blame on Husbands in Indiana Incidents (6/5/12)
– Valley Deaf Children Ready to “Mainstream” (7/24/11)
– Inseparable Couple Shares 80 Years of Love, Living, Hard Times (7/17/11)
– D-Day Memories Etched in Sunnyview Resident’s Mind (7/3/11)
– Frazer Man to Participate in Grueling “Death Race” (6/11/11)
– The Life of a School Nurse (4/25/04)
– Kids Love the New Toys (11/23/03)
– Angels on Call (2/23/03)
– Featured in the VND 13 Years Ago, Deer Lakes Senior is Ready to Graduate (6/7/02)
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