Clips and Clients
Looking for writing and content samples? Check out a few of my favorite projects. Simply click on the project headline to see more information. Want to see what it’s like to work with me? Be sure to check out my testimonials.
Personal essays always leave us a bit vulnerable, but I seek to inspire others with my stories. An honest, raw look at my mountain climbing career and how it parallels the experiences of others.
Get inspired at RootsRated where I give the dish on adventure travel for the outdoors-obsessed.
Over the past year, I have worked closely with skills department editor Corey Buhay to produce print articles for BACKPACKER Magazine. Most of my work includes interviews with industry professionals. I pride myself on working within tight deadlines to deliver drafts and edits in a timely manner.
In a need to stay on top of industry trends, Catapult PR-IR needed a web-revamp. I worked closely with their marketing team and freelance web designer to create a punchy landing page.
The challenge? Integrate their traditional bread-and-butter PR with their innovative strategic narrative theory. We worked together on content and SEO optimization to beat out the competition, creating a more powerful web presence.
I’m excited to announce that I am a contributing writer for OutThere Colorado. OutThere Colorado aims to be the one-stop resource for all things outdoors in Colorado. This place is my home and the outdoors of this great state is my sanctuary.
I work closely with the editors of OutThere to deliver engaging content in a timely manner. Check it out.
For a comprehensive list of published pieces, see my Author Page.
I recently collaborated with Sierra Designs and Darby Communications to bring you a unique story about taking an adventure-noob into the dizzying jungles of Colombia.
Parks Project aims to support conservation initiatives within our park’s system. They sponsor cleanups, research and infrastructure projects on our public lands. As a way of saying thanks, they also aim to empower the park patron. I tell my top tips for visiting Rocky Mountain National Park.
I’m excited to be working with the fine folks at TETON Sports. I’m a contributing author on their blog, The Adventure Hub, where I’m bringing you all the latest tips and tricks to make the most of your time outside.
Furthermore, I hosted a #hikerchat on Twitter. Tune in every Friday at 11am MST to discuss all things hiking, camping, and the outdoors!
For a full list of articles see my Author Page. I’m constantly writing new content, so check back often.
Recently, I have been working with the owner of Adventure Alternative to overhaul the content on the company’s webpages. In collaboration with a team of SEO experts, we are improving content to draw more traffic to the site as well as re-working site layout. Since the project’s inception in June of 2017, the site has seen a 66% increase in organic search traffic.
Adventure Alternative works with local grassroots companies, guides, and tour operators to provide people with unique adventures across the globe. With an emphasis on responsible travel, Gavin Bate, the owner, cultivates an attitude of loyalty among local grassroots teams. Gavin has years of experience running expeditions to the world’s tallest peaks, best safari spots, and premier trekking destinations throughout the world.
I have been hard at work getting dirty on behalf of The Dyrt. Specializing in camp spots across the nation, The Dyrt knows the down-low on everything camping.
Check out my Author Page for my latest articles.
What happens when you take six ordinary women with limited backpacking experience and ask them to ascend the height of Mount Everest, 29,029’ (8,848m) in five days? Amazing things.
Read the full article on Gear Junkie.
As a member of the Hike Like a Woman Ambassador Team, I write for their online magazine, blog, and generally support all of the wonderful initiatives Hike Like a Woman offers to the outdoor female community.
Emily at Traveling Lines invited me to talk to her readers about failure in the outdoors. All too often we are bombarded with the notion that if you don’t set out to meet your goal, you fail. Well what happens when we turn that notion on it’s head?
I had a blast chatting with Rebecca Walsh at Hike Like a Woman about my trip to Nepal and how the outdoors changes our perspective on life.
Link: Meet Meg