uses words to connect worlds, bodies and minds
journalist, editor, explorer
specializing in the environment and adventure
Emma is an award-winning journalist who specializes in the intersection of outdoor recreation and environmental news. She covers outdoor narratives, community story telling, and environmental science—specializing in profiles about notable athletes and entrepreneurs, accounts of her own adventures in the mountains, and translating reports from scientists in environmental fields.
She is the Special Editions and Adventure editor at Boulder Weekly, and her work has been featured in 5280 Magazine, Alpinist, Bivy Tales, Climbing, College Outside, Colorado Parent, Colorado Yoga + Life Magazine, Edible Rhody, Elevation Outdoors, Misadventures Magazine, Mountain Independent, OutThere Colorado, Trail Runner Magazine, Trail Sisters, REI's Co-op Journal, and Rock and Ice Magazine. In 2016 she graduated from Brown University with degrees in Non-Fiction English and Moral Philosophy.
Currently, Emma is working on her first book Sola, an account of a seven-month solo adventure in South America—a journey through new landscapes, a changing mind, people, and souls.
As an editor, Emma takes on a range of projects including novels, personal essays, works of fiction and poetry. She can provide both copy- and line-edits, as well as deeper thematic and narrative guidance. Her lens is clean, concise and adaptable. Contact her for any questions or inquiries.
In her free time, Emma will be in the mountains. She climbs, runs, teaches yoga, loves building fires and is a proud ambassador to the No Man's Land Film Festival.