In my time as the arts and entertainment editor for The Park Record, I had the chance to profile everyone from Sundance filmmakers to one of the first female skydivers to an escapee of a polygamist sect to a former ski instructor advocating for more wheelchair accessibility in Park City. 

One of my favorite stories to report, for The Tucson Citizen, was about a teenage girl who suffered from cystic fibrosis. While she was waiting for a lung transplant, her high school marching band showed up on the lawn of the hospital to play her an impromptu concert

There were also lots of feral cats and urban coyotes in Tucson.

My first story to ever get picked up by the wire was about how remote controls are the dirtiest items in hospitals.