Published work

Downhome magazine:

Teaching Tradition, March 2018, p 50-53
The Jamieson Family Legacy, March 2018, p 60-63
Well Versed, February 2018, p 52-55
Glover town’s Globetrotters, February 2018, p 78-83
Trekking Terra Nova, February 2018, p 84-87
Fun Knows No Season, January 2018, p 84-87
Time for Tea, January 2018, p 110-112
One Dog at a Time, December 2017, p 56-59
Defiant Under Dictatorship, December 2017, p 60-63
Father Christmas, December 2017, p 64-67
Already a Familiar Face, November 2017, p 58-61
Hyperloop to the Future, November 2017, p 62-65
Trek of a Lifetime, November 2017, p 86-89
More Than Meets the Plate, October 2017, p 52-55
Teeny Tiny Homes, September 2017, p 64-65
Lost Newfoundland, September 2017, p 86-89
Solo Mission, September 2017, p 90-93
3D Printing: The Future is Here, August 2017, p 64-67
Fairies in the Forest, August 2017, p 92-96
Moose of a Different Colour, August 2017, p 104-107
Talkin’ to Tourists, July 24, 2017, web exclusive video
Celebrity Connections, July 2017, p. 54-58
All Things Weird and Wonderful, July 2017, p. 74-77
Welcome to Hotel Port aux Basques, July 2017, p. 104-105
A Century of Community Care, June 2017, p. 68-71
The Bard in the Bay, June 2017, p. 84-87
The Avalon Mall Turns 50, May 2017, p.58-63
King of the Kitchen, May 2017, p. 108-113
Turning Beer into Vinegar, May 2017, p.114-115
Doggone Delicious, April 2017, p. 52-56
Life in a Mining Town, April 2017, p. 130-132
Irish Class in Session, March 2017, p. 64-67
Passion for Puppets, March 2017, p. 68-69
What Do You Call Your Sweetheart? February 10, 2017, web exclusive video
Showing Some Love for Victoria Park, February 2017, p. 88-91
Sweet Taste of Scandinavia, February 2017, p. 110-112
New Patterns in Knitting, February 2017, p. 116-123
A Powerful Story, January 2017, p. 58-61
Health for Haiti, January 2017, p. 62-65
Underwater Explorer, January 2017, p. 84-87
Finding Home Away From Home, December 2016, p. 48-51
Festive Flavours, December 2016, p. 84-85

Frontier’s Red Carpet Premiere, November 7, 2016, Web Exclusive

Fuel for the Future, November 2016, p. 76-79

On the Trail of the Beothuk, November 2016, p. 82-85

Mustard Pickle Empire, October 2016, p. 52-53

Earning with Style, October 2016, p. 58-59

Singing the Praises, October 2016, p. 84-87

Living with Psoriatic Arthritis, September 2016, p. 48-50

Hometown Radio, September 2016, p. 56-59
Tuckamore Discoveries, September 2016, p. 76-79

Knights of the Boardroom Table, August 2016, p. 46-49

Sustainable by Design, August 2o16, p. 50-52
Search for the Stars, August 2016, p. 70-73

Newfoundland at Armageddon, July 2016, p. 54-57

Cancer Crusaders, July 2016, p. 42-43

Mi’kmaq Men of War, June 30, 2016, Web Exclusive

Who Was The Fighting Newfoundlander?, June 3, 2016, Web Exclusive

The Tour of Honour, June 2016, p. 62-65

Chainsaw Wizard, June 2016, p. 54-56

Saluting Ferry Command, May 2016, p. 128-131

Carving out a life, May 2016, p. 54-57

Home Brewed, May 2016, p. 110-115

Making it in NL, April 2016, p. 62-65

Nursing Tuberculosis, April 2016, p.126-129

Pop’s Legacy, March 2016, p. 48-49.

Risky Business, Bright Future, March 2016, p. 50-53

First Time on the Ice, March 2016, p. 116-119

Fog Off, February 2016, p. 54-57

50th Anniversary of Resettlement, January 2016, p. 68-71

A Force to be Reckoned with, January 2016, p. 128-131

A pencil in the Hand, December 2015, p. 54-56

Special Deliveries, December 2015, p. 62-64

Flying into War, November 2015, p.56-58

500 Days in the Wild, November 2015, p. 94-97

Claire’s Craft Fair, October 2015, p. 42-43

Bugs, Be Gone! October 2015, p. 74-79

Quidi Vidi is a “Pop” Star, September 2015, p. 29

Wild Weather, September 2015, p. 66-73

Freelance:

Herizons

Newfoundland and Labrador Pledge Gender-Neutral ID, Fall 2017, p 7-8

Toronto Star

Canada celebrates while Newfoundland remembers, July 1, 2017

The Overcast

Make it Micro: Modern Boutique Living to Open Micro Apartments in St. John’s in 2017 March 2016, p. 4

A Golden Age of Science Fiction: Sci Fi on the Rock Celebrates a Decade Next Weekend, March 25, 2016, web exclusive

Vintage Sensibility: Modern Jewelry with a Distinct Look, June 2016, p. 29

Austerity Kills: Revisiting Budget Ramifications through a Gender Lens, July 2016, p. 22

Surreal Meets Sci-fi: Lois Brown’s New Play Set to Take the Stage, August 2016, p. 22

Out of the Ashes: India Gate Offering Take out for the Time Being, October 2016, p. 11

Tales from the Extra: Behind the scenes of the Job with Robert Power, November 2016, p. 14

Forever at Home: 42% of 20-Somethings Are Stuck Living with Their Parents, December 2016, p. 6

Bubble Zone Gets Royal Assent: NL Becomes Second Canadian Province to Have Bubble Zone Law, January 2017, p. 14

Rollin Cabins Brings Tiny Homes to NL: Would You Live in a 160 Square Foot Space? February 2017, p 4

Putting Pen to Panel: Graphic Novel Course Teaches the Basics, March 2017, p 20

Fight! Literally Bad Robots to Battle it Out at Hebocon, April 2017, p 13

Battle of the Boards: Mochanopoly Prepares for International TableTop Day, April 2017, p 24

“Bite-Sized Farm” Tackling Food Sustainability in NL, May 2017, p. 10

Head First into Virtual Reality: Local Gaming Company Takes on Cutting Edge VR technology, May 2017, p. 14

Donuts and Dragons and Games, Oh My! New Board Game Cafe Opens in East End, June 2017, p. 25

WarmVibess’s Treasures: DNA Keepsakes Offer a Unique Way to Commemorate Life, June 2017, p. 26

Get Coding: Ladies Learning Code Promotes Tech Literacy and Self Sufficiency, August 2017, p. 27

Hot Off the Press: Digital Offers a World of Opportunities for Local Comic Book Artist, September 2017, p. 20

Take to the Air: Local Aerial School Brings Students to New Heights, October 2017, p. 12

Taking a Swing: Inside NL’s Only Kendo Club and Sword School, November 2017, p. 8

Mummers 10.0: A History & Evolution of Mummering in Newfoundland, December 2017, p. 8

Rules Around Mifegymiso Relax: No Coverage So Far in NL, January 2018, p. 6

Soar Summer/Fall 2015

Business Traveller: Seamus O’Regan has played many roles in his life. Now, he’s focused on working for the people of Newfoundland and Labrador p. 14

Making the Scene: Start your night out with Chinched in downtown St. John’s p. 70

Centre for Military and Strategic Studies – University of Calgary

Journalism students learn the language of the military

The Chronicle Herald

Boxer Wyatt Sanford has sights set on Olympics – The Chronicle Herald, May 4, 2015

Halifax’s Citadel among sites to grace author’s bucket list – The Chronicle Herald, May 4, 2015

Freak Lunchbox mural move upsets artist – The Chronicle Herald, May 1, 2015

Escaping the gluten trap – The Chronicle Herald, May 1, 2015

Halifax man relieved to hear son is safe in Nepal – The Chronicle Herald, April 29, 2015

Volunteer, cancer survivor honoured with top award  – The Chronicle Herald, April 29, 2015

Police seek help solving murder of Kevin Sean Farren – The Chronicle Herald, April 28. 2015

Halifax brothers launch fund to help Nepal quake victims – The Chronicle Herald, April 27, 2015

Steampunk a delight to today’s senses – The Chronicle Herald, April 26, 2015

IWK reduces hours for eating disorder service – The Chronicle Herald, April 24, 2015

N.S. cuts eating disorder program – The Chronicle Herald, April 23, 2015

Man fined $70,000 over groundfish catch report -The Chronicle Herald, April 23, 2015

Dartmouth jail locked down after assaults – The Chronicle Herald, April 22, 2015

Study probes link between loss of smell, diseases like Alzheimer’s – The Chronicle Herald, April 21, 2015

Grassroots group offers second Spring Geequinox – The Chronicle Herald, April 21, 2015

Carbon monoxide monitor helps avert Dartmouth tragedy – The Chronicle Herald, April 20, 2015

Faint-hope clause offers chance for man banned from driving – The Chronicle Herald, April 19, 2015

Halifax researchers study fatty livers for use in transplants – The Chronicle Herald, April 16, 2015

King’s College students protest ‘appalling’ plan to end tuition cap – The Chronicle Herald, April 16, 2015

Doors swing open in Halifax area in June – The Chronicle Herald, April 15, 2015

Home rentals turning into pet projects – The Chronicle Herald, April 13, 2015

Staffer ponders next step – The Chronicle Herald, April 10, 2015

Mining group raps Nova Scotia over fuel tax vow – The Chronicle Herald, April 10, 215

Dal prof to take the measure of Big Lift – The Chronicle Herald, April 8, 2015

Chester man, 71, faces child porn charges – The Chronicle Herald, April 7, 2015

The Downhome:

Pilgrimages to the Past – March, 2015 p. 46-49

The Telegram:

Still a long way to go – The Telegram, January 08, 2015

MUN contemplating physiotherapy program to meet high demand – The Telegram, December 27, 2014

Engineering student shows initiative, lands spot with Fisher Price – The Telegram, December 24, 2014

Bruce Templeton to be inducted into Santa Hall of Fame – The Telegram, December 23, 2014

Food banks well-stocked for now – The Telegram, December 23, 2014

They want to be home for Christmas – The Telegram, December 21, 2014

Motorcycling ends when salt trucks hit streets – The Telegram, December 19, 2014

Cofferdam replaced, leak fixed on Manolis L. wreck – The Telegram, December 19, 2014

The Holy Grail of gifts – The Telegram, December 17, 2014

The Loop’s opening delayed – The Telegram, December 16, 2014

Getting out of the GoodLife – The Telegram, December 16, 2014

Manolis L. oil residue inconsequential: coast guard – The Telegram, December 16, 2014

The zombies are coming – The Telegram, October 18, 2014

The Dalhousie Gazette:

Changing Our Little Blue Dot – The Dalhousie Gazette, October 3, 2014

Spirit On The Streets – The Dalhousie Gazette, October 10, 2014

King’s Deconstructs Its Budget Deficit – The Dalhousie Gazette, November 7, 2014

The Watch:

Rumoured layoffs spark campaign – The Watch, November 29, 2014

Sarah Clift speaks about sessional rumours – The Watch, December 4, 2014.

UNews:

Students protest faculty cuts — but there aren’t any yet – UNews, November 29, 2014

Plenty of apartments near Dal still for rent – UNews, November 27, 2014

Dal researcher wants to lower the cost of solar cell tech – UNews,  November 26, 2014

Sexual assault services include counselling, class accommodations -UNews, November 24, 2014

Special interests feeding on voter apathy: former Globe editor – UNews, November 21, 2014

University grads enrol at vocational colleges -UNews, November 20, 2014

Breaking down gender barriers in tech – UNews, November 19, 2014

The A-Word: Women still face barriers accessing abortion – UNews, November 17, 2014

Quidditch takes off at Dalhousie – UNews, November 11, 2014

Mellissa Fung on the future of Afghanistan – UNews, November 10, 2014

Man found sleeping in King’s residence hallway – UNews, November 5, 2014

Top dog at the Mount – UNews, November 3, 2014

The Independent (NL)

St. John’s bids farewell to Oxfam, March 12, 2014

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