The world of journalism and storytelling is changing, creating even more opportunity to share in a variety of outlets. Katie has written stories for travel sites, company blogs and other online outlets. From native articles to fully produced pieces that are fresh, compelling content for brands, she creates polished, shareable work for a variety of sites.
Katie has been contributing to Liftopia's blog since 2013. Since then, she's covered everything from new breweries in ski towns to how to spot a ski bum. Many of her articles were reposted on Huffington Post and they continue to perform well; her post on how to build the ultimate shot ski is still one the most visited articles on the site.
For a full listing of articles on Liftopia, click here.
Eagle Creek is a travel gear company focused on innovation, craftsmanship and durability. The Travel Hub is Eagle Creek's online blog, featuring stories about traveling in exotic destinations, how to pack for these adventures and more. Since 2016, Katie has contributed stories about a variety of experiences, from sleeping on portaledges around the world to Antarctic adventures and how to camp in Oman.
To read her stories, click here.
"Explore More," Gore-Tex's online magazine, features stories of adventure and profiles of people who are making a difference in the outdoors world. Katie contributed two stories to Explore More: a story of a memorable hut trip in the mountains near Breckenridge, Colorado and a profile of Outdoor Mindset, a non-profit working to assist people with neurological challenges by getting outdoors.
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"Go Everywhere," outdoor clothing company Royal Robbins's blog, shares how-to guides for travel as well as first-person narratives about outdoor destinations and adventures. Katie contributes stories about destinations like Colombia and the Aragon region of Spain, as well as how to car camp like a pro.
Read her stories for Go Everywhere here.
Katie started writing for Viator in 2012, covering several tours in Iceland. She moved on to creating posts about a variety of destinations on the Things to Do site including Atlanta, Denver, Key West, Orlando and Nepal. She was responsible for pitching ideas, writing the stories, sourcing photography and uploading the posts with targeted SEO.
For a sample of her stories on the Viator travel blog, click here.