You didn't know I was an afternoon tea fanatic, did you?

There are a few things I know and love in this world. My family, my dog Sawyer, sweet treats, and a good story.

I've always loved a good story—whether I was creating my own or becoming enamored with someone else's, my curiosity found its way to the ordinary and the extraordinary.

When I was 5 I created my own children's series.

When I was 12 I became fascinated with abandoned buildings and the secrets they kept

When I was 21 I started a music blog, telling the stories of local and national artists and industry professionals through interviews, guest blogs, and spotlight features. I began to love the art of crafting a good interview—choosing the right questions to get people to open up and reveal their personal truths.

When I was 25 I started a public relations company, taking my interview and story telling skills to the next level. It quickly became my full-time job, a thriving business where I found incredible joy in helping my clients find their unique edge and craft their stories. The opportunity to tell those stories to the media, see their curiosity rise, and watch as they, in turn, created their own story featuring my client, was the most incredible feeling.

The opportunity to tell those stories to the media, see their curiosity, and watch as they, in turn, created their own story featuring my client, was the most incredible feeling.

It wasn't long before I began to accumulate my own PR, writing monthly guest blogs for top industry outlets and being asked to speak at esteemed, high-profile events such as SXSW and Canadian Music Week, along with a slew of podcasts, interviews, and more. 

So you see, there's nothing I love more than a good story. That's why I'm inspired to help you find your story, working together until you have the tools, the confidence, and the power to go out and begin telling it. 

Because you have an incredibly special story that is unique only to you—and the world needs to hear it. Isn't it about time you told them?