Each of these Ivy Hill profiles that I’ve put together have unearthed amusing local anecdotes.
When Lynchburg Living asked me to cover new cataract treatment surgery options, I already knew where to start my research. I’ve been ghostwriting for various eye doctors for years, in addition to editing medical research articles. Although I am not an expert, I know where to check for legitimate information.
Hard-hitting discussions (suicide, authenticity, Billie Eilish’s scandal) produce quotes that make people look up and say something.
After Sara Edwards performed at our “Where It Hurts” event, I met with her to discuss the passion behind her music.
To write an article that paired everyone’s least favorite type of work activity with awareness of local event spaces, I put together a creative list.
As part of an article series in Shop Forest First magazine, I wrote the business story of Monogram Love. I visited their store and interviewed the owner, Karen Betham. The resulting content brought their story to life:
For this wedding article, I walked around Downtown Lynchburg on a crisp spring day to find some fresh Bachelorette and Bachelor party ideas.
Looking back, it’s a little ambitious to do all of these things with your kids in one summer.
In Spring 2016, brides were feeling overwhelmed about the Pinterest-perfect weddings — and their huge price tags.
Undertaking a wedding tops the most stressful experiences of my young life. The pressure of planning a party for my family, friends, coworkers, and (our parents’) acquaintances filled me with dread. Years later, I revisited that terror (with some much-needed levity) to put together a list of things brides forgot on their wedding day.