From personal essays to research articles to retirement retrospectives – I’m an adaptable and dynamic writer.
My Tinnitus Story
In February 2014, I developed tinnitus. I wrote an article for the American Tinnitus Association about the experience, which has reached people across the globe.
3 Women on What They’re Done Apologizing For
Writing as Jamie, I detailed a dramatic (in a good way) time during my television career when I decided to stop apologizing for who I am.
Local TV news has a harassment problem — from people who watch the news
A spate of harassment – and dozens of examples from other women in the TV industry – lead me to write this viral article.
Oregon Public Broadcasting’s show Think Out Loud interviewed me. Listen to the interview here.
A Renaissance Man Retires
I was hired to write several articles for the Dawson School in Colorado. One of my favorite was an article celebrating the retirement of a true character. (Article forthcoming)
When the West Seattle Bridge closed, shutting off one of the most populous neighborhoods in Seattle from the rest of the city proper, I led readers on a tour of all that “West Seattle Island” had to offer.
Stories from Seattle: An Ode to the Perfect Roommate
The pandemic hit those that live alone hard, myself include. But luckily, I had the best roommate ever to keep me company: my hamster, Peachy Keen.
PRESS RELEASE: Nationwide Texas Roadhouse and Bubba’s 33 Fundraiser to Benefit the American Tinnitus Association
There are numerous functional types of retinal ganglion cells (RGCs), each participating in circuits that encode a specific aspect of the visual scene.
Why GABA may be one of the keys to understanding tinnitus
This study describes a novel genetically-labeled mouse line that will be a valuable resource in future investigations of the molecular mechanisms of visual circuit formation.