The people who run fast-growing companies are driven by optimism and a passion for what they do. And the people married to them? In this piece, I discuss candidly the issues that arose for me as the passenger on a wild entrepreneurial ride. Read the Inc. Magazine article here.
Getting inside the mind of World-Cup ski champion Bode Miller is a bit like trying to keep up with him on the slopes: catch him if you can! I got him to sit for awhile and talk with me about his remarkable life both on the world’s great mountains and in the woods of his native New Hampshire. View a PDF of the New Hampshire Magazine article here.
An architect and her parents remodel their classic New England Greek Revival home. They beautifully reinterpret historical design to fit modern sensibility, lifestyle, and aesthetic. Read the Yankee Magazine article here.
Jan Brett is a best-selling author and illustrator of well-loved children’s favorites like The Hat and The Mitten. I got a glimpse of her magical, whimsical, animal-filled world. Read the Yankee Magazine article here.
Places in New Hampshire to loosen the barnacles of anxiety and concern, and refresh the mind and spirit. This was a fun piece to work on. My research led me from a Buddhist center, to a day spa, the Appalachian Mountain club, and the stunning St. Gaudens National Historical site. View a PDF of the New Hampshire magazine article here.
Former New Hampshire Congressman Charlie Bass, a classic Yankee tinker, heats his century-old home with a wood pellet boiler. View a PDF of the New Hampshire Magazine article here.
As the first openly gay bishop, Gene Robinson is at the center of a storm within the Anglican Church. But at home in New Hampshire, he’s “just the Bishop.” I spent time with this remarkable man as he engaged in his ministry, and got to observe up close his special affinity for those on the margins. View a PDF of the New Hampshire magazine article here.