I enjoy meeting people telling positive stories about their community. I interviewed West Virginia filmmaker J.D. Belcher on his first feature-length documentary “Cornered: A Fighter’s Story.” Read about it in my article in the Charleston Gazette-Mail.
If you’re planning a trip to the D.C. area, read my latest article for Vacationist USA first and check out Arlington, Virginia, right across the Potomac River from D.C.
Delaware is a small state that packs a lot to do in its borders. Here’s my article for Vacationist USA on “The First State.” >>Read it here<<
Texas Monthly I could go on and on about the Big Bend Region. My kind of Far West Texas vacation involves several days of a cleared schedule, a full tank of gas, and an open mind to try new foods… Continue Reading
The Weird and The Wonderful: The South Vacationist USA There’s little I enjoy more than a good road trip. And I’m always up for an indulgent ghost story or fable. Vacationist USA tasked me with researching the ultimate road trip through… Continue Reading
Your Guide To Discovering The Alamo City Vacationist USA San Antonio was the place we went to every summer for family vacations. We’d walk the River Walk, swim at Schlitterbahn, visit the hippos at the zoo, and we even got… Continue Reading
Texas Monthly The Alpine and Big Bend area of Texas has long been a magnet for photographers—pros and amateurs alike. In this article I wrote for Texas Monthly, you’ll learn the best spots for birding and nature photography in… Continue Reading
Find Heritage and Culinary Delights in The Hatfield-McCoy Region West Virginia Tourism I had the pleasure of spending a few days on assignment in Logan County, West Virginia, where I traded my heels for dusty jeans and a helmet to… Continue Reading
Texas Monthly “The stars at night / are big and bright…” You know what comes next. We all do. Especially if you’re from the Lone Star State. We come out of the womb humming “Deep in the Heart of Texas”… Continue Reading
Discover a Place with Unique Heritage and Natural Beauty West Virginia Tourism I think my favorite part of my trip to Mercer County, in Southern West Virginia, was the people. I spent a few days exploring the county on assignment… Continue Reading