I love stories. Since childhood, reading, writing, and hearing other people’s stories have been my greatest pleasures.
I turned this into a career by studying journalism and working in PR, where for the past two + decades I have helped clients to tell their stories and build a voice in cluttered media and digital landscapes.
There are so many untold stories and voices across Greater Vancouver that we do not get to hear, including my own stories. On this page, my goal is to give voice to these tales— to bring connection through understanding where someone is from and what their journey has been like. I will also share my own stories and passion for writing. It is a privilege to hear someone’s story and I hope that you enjoy reading about the diverse BC residents that make up our community. I also hope that you enjoy reading pieces of my life, whatever it may bring to the page.
Is Blogging Dead? Miss 604’s Rebecca Bollwitt shares her experience, and trust me; blogging is alive and well!
In my first podcast episode, I talk with one of Canada’s top bloggers; Rebecca Bollwitt of Miss604.com. Rebecca was one of the first in the Canadian
Angel Araujo Heads North to Build His Family The second story of a new Canadian is one much closer to me but one worth telling.
Carlos Jose Santana is twenty-seven years old and now resides on the north shore of Vancouver with his partner. For anyone who has
While passing through Vancouver’s downtown eastside, it is easy to feel shocked and saddened by seeing those who seem to have lost their way. From long lineups at meal kitchens to those openly sick with drug addiction, there are so many men and women living in pain, without much to call their own.