Here is my portfolio of published work. I freelance write for many different science and optometric publications. If you would like to find out more about my freelance writing services, please use the ‘Contact Me‘ section of this website or contact me on Twitter or Facebook.
Winner of 20/20 magazine’s Guest Editor-in-Chief writing contest (2012)
Winner of the New York State Optometric Association’s 2013 Communications Award
Scientific American magazine blog network’s Video of the Week (July 25, 2013)
Featured in Scientific American magazine’s “Best of the Blogs” (August 2013)
Hit me with your Best Shots
Inspiration of Gigantic Proportions, Guest Editor in Chief’s note
Loeb Stays with her Glasses
Balancing the Blues
20/20 magazine (SunVision)
Peak Performance/ Protecting Climbers from Elevated UV Dangers (p.32-33)
Forever Changes: Adapting to varying light conditions with interchangeable lenses (p.26-27)
The UV Issue: Get Ultra Ready for the Critical Issue of UV (p.4-5)
Work Sight: Occupational Hazards of UV (pgs.20-22)
InSIGHT on Snow and UV light (pg 36-38)
Huffington Post Science
What was that! The Science of Fearful Eyes
Review of Optometry
When the Doctor Becomes the Patient
Poor Glaucoma Drop Technique: Good intentions, Bad instillations
Update on Appalachian College of Optometry
16 Essential Low Vision Tips and Tricks for Every O.D.
Vision Dangers in Drinking Water
World’s First Bionic Eye Implant a Success
When is it the Right Time to Add an Associate?
A Lifetime of Dry Eye
Vision Expo East 2013
How and Why to Get Behind Health Exchanges
Co-manage with Specialty ODs to Cultivate Better Care
Highlights from Vision Expo East
7 Blunders of Front Desk Staff … and how to fix them
A Feast of CE at VEE
5 Patients who need UV Protection and Why
Will Carrots Help You See Better? No…but Chocolate Might
Psssstt!!! Gossip and the Link to Your Vision
Lost in the Details or just paying attention?
Learning the Look of Love: That Sly “Come Hither” Stare
Learning the Look of Love: In Your Eyes, the Light the Heat
Tom Turkey’s Terrific Vision
It’s Snow Wonder
Speaking of Crystals, check out the Specs on Times Square’s New Year’s Eve Ball
Hey, did you hear? …Why We Don’t Listen.
Music can change (the way we see) the World
Visualize and Score…BIG!
When Seeing isn’t Believing: Charles Bonnet Syndrome
To Spot a Liar: An Offices of Sci Am Mystery
Go Go Gadget Eyes… and Brain
Well I’ll BEE, bees see UV
Scientific American MIND
Looks Can Taste Deceiving: How Color Can Affect Taste
Link to all Scientopia guest blog entries
NYC Sci Tweetup/ Story Collider Review
Review of Optometric Business
Be the Information Authority to Patients
Learn a Second Language to Expand your Patient Base
Create an Eco-Friendly Office to Enhance your Practice’s Appeal
Be an Active Member of the Scientific Community
Giving Back is Good … and Good for Business, too!
Is Optometry a Good Family Business?
Your Path to Optometry, why did you become an OD?
Runs in the Family: Handing Off to the Next Generation
The Relentless OD: Which Recall and Rescheduling Methods work?
Time Management Booster: Keeping an Optometric Practice in the Family
Back to School: Time to Stock Up on Continuing Education Credits
Celebrating Women in Science and Optometry: Ada Lovelace Day
ODs Offer Hurricane Sandy Relief: Ready to Pitch In?
Open Cold or Buy? Weigh the Pros and Cons
Shine a Light on Educating Parents on Sunwear for Children
Optomery’s First Virtual Conference: Did you Attend?
Tech Tools for Tackling Vision Expo East
Fresh Start: Spruce Up the Office for Spring
Comedic Online Optometry Video: Helpful or Hurtful?
Appointment Book Sabotage: Is your Staff booking Fake Patients?
No-Stress Team Building: Nuture a More Effective Staff
Long Wait Times Lower Overall Patient Satisfaction
Patient Interaction Breeds Loyalty
Paper or Electronic? Resume choices for ODs
OD as an Educator: Combat Misleading Scientific Information
Is Humor in Healthcare Appropriate?
The New Blue: What ECPs need to know about the latest lenses for filtering harmful blue light (page 60)
Women in Optometry
Rekindling my Passion and Pursuit for Science