Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the inter-webs.
I’m Alexa. I wear a few different hats: communications professional, reporter, music journalist, freelance writer, content developer, English teacher, journalism graduate, part-time French speaker, traveler and lifelong learner.
Currently, I’m working as a marketing content writer and occasionally as a freelance writer. Head to my writing page to see some of my work. Contact me if you’re interested in hiring me for a freelance project.
When I’m not writing, I’m living my best life in Europe (#blessed)! Sometimes, I get to work as the program assistant for Asbury University’s Paris Semester study abroad program in France. Another credit I’d like to brag about is that I worked as both a Pulliam Fellow Reporter and freelancer at The Indianapolis Star. Basically, I went to Coldplay concerts for free and got to write about it. Not the worst job in the world, eh?
I graduated from Asbury University in May 2016. Here, I studied Journalism & Digital Storytelling and minored in French & Public Relations. Following my graduation, I spent a blissful eight months teaching English in Hyères, France under the French Ministry of Education. When I wasn’t getting made fun of by high school students in French during my 12-hour work week, I was lounging on the beach. Did I mention that it was blissful?
In my free time, I enjoy doing yoga, traveling, reading, playing guitar and writing essays for my first-ever book project.
To me, writing is all about conversation, from the interviewing process to the capturing of a photograph to the printing of a story. Each piece of media that I create stems from a conversation. My hope is to preserve these conversations, memories and personal stories in my work.
I love the creative process. I love a good conversation. And boy, do I love a good story.
*Italicized bits denote humor. I hope you get jokes. 🙂