Samples of my work

From investigations to features to breaking news, my coverage and written work spans issues important the communities I serve. Below are clips from The Sacramento Bee, The Denver Post, The Daily Northwestern and my courses at Northwestern University. If you want to read more of my work, please contact me.

“One man’s dream to preserve a 143-year-old church and cemetery in the foothills overlooking Denver”
— The Denver Post, May 29, 2022. Read here.

“Piling Up: Students face financial barriers, take out loans at Northwestern”
— Investigative Journalism course, Winter 2022. Read PDF version here.

“Black Lives Matter rally met by All Lives Matter counter protestors in Loomis”
— The Sacramento Bee, July 27, 2020. Read here.

“‘A constant state of crisis’”
— Bilingual reporting course, Fall 2020. Read Spanish version here. Read English version here.

“‘If you're not counted, you don't exist’: Census efforts continue in Sacramento County”
— The Sacramento Bee, Sept. 22, 2020. Read here.

“Naomi Judd’s death shines spotlight on treatment-resistant depression. Here’s what can help.”
— The Denver Post, May 18, 2022. Read here.

“‘They didn't deserve to die’: Sacramento community mourns death of 2 young Black women”
— The Sacramento Bee, July 30, 2020. Read here.

“Book of Dreams: Sacramento driving permit classes foster self-sufficiency for immigrants”
— The Sacramento Bee, Dec. 6, 2020. Read here.

“D202 board approves 2021 budget amid pandemic concerns”
— The Daily Northwestern, Sept. 22, 2020. Read here.

“Zogg Fire in Shasta County explodes to 7,000 acres amid 'extreme' wind gusts”
— The Sacramento Bee, Sept. 28, 2020. Read here.

“Roseville poised to fine SunSplash water park for staying open despite coronavirus orders”
— The Sacramento Bee, Aug. 9, 2020. Read here.

“‘Outside ain't cutting it’: Hairstylists rally for the reopening of California salons”
— The Sacramento Bee, Aug. 11, 2020. Read here.