My name is Stevie and I'm a writer and creative strategist. When I'm not living and working in Vancouver, I like to be on vacation in California.
After graduating from the University of British Columbia, I got my start as a historical researcher and columnist before I moved into marketing and advertising copywriting. Right now you can find me at lululemon as a senior writer on their global brand team.
Well-known fact about me: I have two dogs and they are both good boys.
If you'd like, you can send me an email below.
Content Strategy + Brand Development
Editing and Proofreading
Style + Brand Voice Guidelines
Digital + Email Campaigns
Social Media Storytelling
Stone Fox Salon
Vancouver Historical Society
BA History, The University of British Columbia, 2012
Advanced Copyediting, UBC Continuing Studies, 2017
Vancouver Confidential, Anvil Press (2014)
Catch The Westbound Train, Prairie Coast Films (2014)
"Monument and Myth: The Holocaust as an Icon of American Identity", inter/tidal Interdisciplinary Journal, Simon Fraser University (2012)
The Atlas Undergraduate Journal of World History, The University of British Columbia (Student Editor, 2013 edition)
Scout Magazine (Columnist, 2012–2016)
Scout Magazine, “The Ping-Pong Punk Rock History of 828 East Hastings St.”
Scout Magazine, “The City’s Modernist Oasis of Tropic Cool”
Scout Magazine, “The Iconic Twin Peaks Of the North Shore”
Scout Magazine, “The Stanley Park Zoo, a Vancouver Institution Until 1996”
Scout Magazine, “The Architects Who Helped Build a More Modern Vancouver”
Scout Magazine, “The Awesome History of The Long-Forgotten North Shore Ferries”
Scout Magazine, “The Post-War Wave of Modernist Architecture in Vancouver”
Scout Magazine, “Everything about the House Style that Makes Vancouver “Special”
Scout Magazine, “A Last Look at UBC’s 60 Year-Old Empire Pool”
Scout Magazine, “On the Indefatigable Helen’s Grill”
Ora Organic, “5 Side Effects of Probiotics No One Warned You About”
Ora Organic, “What are Digestive Enzymes?”
Ora Organic, “Can You Die From a Hangover?”
inter/tidal Interdisciplinary Journal, “Monument and Memory: The Holocaust as an Icon of American Identity” (excerpt)