No matter how far I wander or wherever I live, Utah feels most like home. Growing up in Salt Lake City, I wasn't conscious of the juxtaposition of city living and immediate outdoor access. The value of Utah living only became apparent to me once I departed for college in Washington state. Bringing car loads of college friends home every Christmas and spring break helped me realize how much I enjoy showcasing what make Utah such a special place. Nowadays, I relish sharing my local knowledge via the Visit Salt Lake and Ski Utah branches of Utah’s Office of Tourism.
Below is a sample of just some of the articles I’ve authored for Visit Salt Lake. If you haven’t visited Salt Lake it’s time to remedy that situation.
This gent happens to be my neighbor just down the road at Tracy Aviary
What I enjoy most about writing for Visit Salt Lake is the opportunity to revisit places I loved in my youth and to meet new people (and animals) around Utah.
Hours and hours you could spend in the Natural History Museum of Utah
Petting a true gentleman. (Ok, he was a little horny.)
Getting lost in my own backyard at Liberty Park
Channeling Sonoma in the hills of Red Butte Garden.
A rainy afternoon at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Admiring the breathtaking heights and absurdity of the ski jumping ramps at the Utah Olympic Park near Park City, Utah