Check out some of my work for Faces Magazine. Faces is a fun-filled journey around the world, an exploration of people, places, and cultures. Young readers ages 9 to 14 learn how other kids across the globe live and about the important inventions and ideas from their cultures through articles, folk tales, recipes, and hands-on projects. Be it games from Samoa, maps of the Kalahari, or Palestinian folk tales, Faces has it!
Colorado experiences some of the most varied and violent weather phenomena in the country. Why? A 14,000 foot wall of mountains running down the center of the state makes all the difference.
How Leadville, Colorado, reinvented itself into a Mecca of world endurance racing.
Mexico City was once considered the most polluted in the world. How has the city's change become the blueprint for emerging megacities around the world?
Over the centuries, the near magical abilities of ninjas have become legendary. What's fact? And what's fiction?
How has a radio soap opera become a tool for social change in developing areas around the world?
Seoul is considered the most technologically advanced city in the world. Take a look how South Koreans stay connected.