Selected Published Work

Personal Essays

Learning to Connect with my Male Friends. The New York Times. Mar. 27, 2021

A Letter to my Younger Self. The Globe and Mail. Nov. 30, 2018

Hindsight is always 20/20, but I’m still wary of the new decade. The Globe and Mail. Dec. 30, 2019

Physical Distancing is critical during COVID-19. But let’s not become socially isolated. CBC. Apr. 3, 2020

On Love and Tennis. The Tyee. Nov. 2, 2022


Victoria’s very own child prodigy. The Martlet. Dec. 13, 2018

How breaking his back gave Eric Lutz a second lease on life. U SPORTS. Oct. 25, 2019

Why Kolin Sutherland-Wilson can’t stay quiet. The Martlet. Jan. 22, 2020

From Twitter and back to the track. How social media helped Evan Ubene cope with depression. U SPORTS. Feb. 4, 2020

How Ari Klau is Using YouTube to Fuel His Triathlon Ambitions. Triathlete. Jun. 24, 2021

Meet the B.C. 20-year-old who sells Jordans to Kevin Hart and Devin Booker. Complex. Jan. 12, 2022

‘The Grizzlie Truth’: New Doc Unpacks What Really Happened To Vancouver’s Ill-Fated NBA Team. ET Canada. Dec. 6, 2022

How One Trail Runner Found Community in Northern Ontario. Trail Runner. Feb. 10, 2022

Love for running sends Elise Cranny on journey to national stardom. Just Women’s Sports. Jun. 28, 2022

This Soup’s For You. The Tyee. Dec. 27, 2022

Chasing that feeling. Canadian Running. August 2022

Reported Features

“You are not alone”: A UVic athlete’s journey with mental health in the wake of a sexual assault. The Martlet. Jun. 12, 2019

It’s Hard Being a Football Kicker. Especially when a Miss Brings Online Death Threats. The Tyee. Jan. 29, 2019

Restricting my diet to become an elite runner wasn’t wrong — it was dangerous. The Globe and Mail. Sep. 2, 2019

Fried chicken connected these families to their roots. Now they’re using it to build community in Canada. The Pigeon. Sep. 4, 2020

A renowned community hub—in the woods off the highway. Capital Daily. Apr. 14, 2021

How the Kwikwetlem First Nation are returning salmon to the river that sustained their people for thousands of years. The Ubyssey. Oct. 13, 2021

School of Skate. Fraser Valley Current. Jun. 15, 2022

How Secrecy Protects Beloved Nature Spots. The Tyee. Jan. 2, 2023


Toronto and other Ontario cities turn to large cargo e-bikes to ease delivery emissions and congestion. Electric Autonomy Canada. Jan. 27, 2022

What is killing the White Sturgeon of the Nechako River? The Tyee. Sep. 13, 2022

Why are young sturgeon disappearing from the Fraser River? Fraser Valley Current. Aug. 2, 2022

The Green Party Agenda for Vancouver Council. The Tyee. Oct. 5, 2022

The COPE Party Agenda for Vancouver Council. The Tyee. Oct. 11, 2022

Solutions Journalism

Supportive housing at Mount Edwards has not destroyed its neighbourhood, four years later. Capital Daily. May 6, 2021

Hey Man, Meet You in The Shed. The Tyee. Nov. 9, 2022

Vancouver’s So Nice. Where’s the Graffiti? The Tyee. Nov. 22, 2022

We Love City Trees. Until They Land on Us. The Tyee. Dec. 8, 2022


A Safe Place to Rest

A First Nation’s Quest to Know Why Their Cemetery Was Flooded. The Tyee. Mar. 6, 2023

Once Torn from His Nation’s Past, He Helps Secure Its Future. The Tyee. Mar. 7, 2023


Host of Two Young-ish Writers podcast. 2020 – 2021

Serving With Pride. The Tyee. Jan. 12, 2023


Our First Hummingbird Takes Flight. The Tyee. Sep. 13, 2022


2020 U SPORTS Correspondent of the Year

2021 John H. McDonald Feature Writing Award Winner: “How the Kwikwetlem First Nation are returning salmon to the river that sustained their people for thousands of years”

2021 John H. McDonald Indigenous Reporting Award Winner: “How the Kwikwetlem First Nation are returning salmon to the river that sustained their people for thousands of years”

2020 John H. McDonald Award Nominee: “Why Kolin Sutherland-Wilson can’t stay quiet” one of three finalists in Indigenous Reporting category 

2022 Canadian Online Publishing Awards Best Feel Good Story Nominee 

2018/19, 2019/20, 2020/21, 2021/22 U SPORTS Academic All-Canadian

2018/19, 2019/20, 2020/21 UVic Vikes Honour Roll 

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