#visible Loveland: The stories behind the faces of some of Loveland’s homeless

Loveland, Colorado, is known as an artisan community, with an emphasis on casting brass sculpture; but there are also many painters, jewelry makers, galleries and museums.  The city of 75,000 souls is also known for

“Brewing Up a New Use for Old Buildings”

This was a fun project. Combining architectural preservation and craft brewing is a win-win. Prost! Click to read. And here's a sidebar that goes with the article, about Green Bay's own Titletown Brewery.  

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Unstuck at Elevation

Here's another contest entry with a local publication. I didn't win, but I got first runner-up, so I'm happy. http://www.elevationoutdoors.com/unstuck-at-elevation/

“Northern Double Header”

I've been having luck getting fishing stories published, especially catching northern pike on the central Wisconsin mill pond where I grew up. Badger Sportsman is one of my favorite magazines. I was thrilled when they

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“Container Homes” Article for On Common Ground Magazine

This was a great assignment because it combined repurposing surplus materials to build affordable housing - a win/win in my book. You can read the article here, if you'd like.

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“Big Fish!”

I entered this story in a contest with Sportsmans News, which is the publication for Sportsmans Warehouse, where I get most of my gear.  I never heard anything in return. I was surprised when I was

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