Freelance Writer | Indie Focused

Oh, hello! I see you’ve managed to find my little cabin tucked away in this uncultivated corner of the internet. While you’re here, I hope you don’t mind if I let you know that I’m currently pursuing freelance writing opportunities or a position in PR for indie games. I’m finishing my last three semesters of my BA in Communication and Mass Media, and right now it’s all smooth sailing through electives ’til the end. Feel free to have a look at my written work, and hopefully you’ll find something you like!


DESTRUCTOID:

I started out as a community blogger and then wrote for Destructoid for about a year, contributing news, reviews, and features.

Flynn: Son of Crimson is as cathartic as they come

Coming home to video games

W-what’s that noise? Five horror games that use sound effectively

I’ve been flying through Fugl’s voxel world to relax

This mini-documentary makes me love Yoshitaka Amano even more

Review: Yomawari: Midnight Shadows

Review: Observer

2016: The Year of Frustration

Playing Oxenfree as a Perfectionist

All my posts!


RELY ON HORROR:

I’ve written for Rely on Horror, a fantastic group of dedicated horror fans, since 2016. I mostly write news with the occasional review or feature.

The House Abandon Is a Tasty Morsel for Stranger Things Fans

Bloodborne Still Shines Two Years After Its Release

Review: Beckett

Review: The Final Station

Review: The Shrouded Isle

All my posts!


THE HARRY POTTER MEDICINAL RE-READ:

This was a project done with a lovely group of writers who re-read the entire Harry Potter series together and talked about it, except instead of talking we were writing on the internet.

The Chamber of Secrets, Chapters 6-7: What’s Up with This Year?

The Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 5: Chocolate Is the Cure for Everything

The Order of the Phoenix, Chapters 28-29: School’s Out Forever

The Deathly Hallows, Chapters 2-3: Dumbledore and Dudley


ALSO PUBLISHED IN:

PC Gamer

Unwinnable Monthly

For clips, just ask!


OLDER BLOGS:

These are not as polished as some of my other work and tend to be rambling, but I like to keep them around purely because I enjoyed writing them.

Blackwell: A Captivating Adventure

Initial Thoughts on Kentucky Route Zero: Acts I and II

My Top 5 Atmospheric Video Games


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