Although travel is one of my favourite things to write about, there are many other subjects I am interested in. I love to write about art, culture, theatre, poetry, history, food and creative ways of living and working.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Review)
I wrote theatre reviews for Monday Magazine in Victoria, British Columbia.
5 Ways Working Abroad Helped Me Grow
A personal piece I wrote for TheChangeBlog.com about how leaving home and working abroad helped me grow up.
More Theater, Television and Art Reviews
Bomb Girls – Monday Magazine
Shakespeare in the Park: Hamlet – Monday Magazine
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf – Monday Magazine
Other Writing Experience
Architectural Institute of British Columbia
June 2007 – Sept 2007 (Summer Internship)
I developed, wrote, marketed, and lead five different tours exploring aspects of the history of downtown Victoria’s architecture. I delivered tours to visitors from all over the world and created customized private tours for school groups and professional organizations. I was interviewed twice on CBC radio describing aspects of Victoria’s architectural history. My walking tours were featured in the local news and on TV.
Napier Prison – Napier New Zealand
Sept 2009-Nov 2009
I researched and wrote a variety of scripts for audio tours about topics such as Napier in the 1930s and Napier at Night. I was involved in writing, and recording audio tours about the cities of Tauranga, Rotorua, and Taupo, traveling around the North Island to do research for these tours.