content direction / branding



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Audience: Medical students, health science students, learners of all kinds.

Work: Content direction of products, marketing pages, product pages, Facebook posts, blog.

Audience: Conservatives, liberals, and everyone in between. Those open to sharing and listening.

Work: Content direction of website, emails, host development materials, Facebook posts, events.

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Audience: Wedding planners, event professionals.

Work: Directed rebrand of product and marketing site, Content management of blog, emails, social media channels.

Audience: Wedding clients

Work: Content direction of website, blog, Instagram, Facebook page, reviews, emails, service sheets, styled shoots, and more.


Writing Clips


The Perfect Wedding Planner With the Failing Marriage 

in Narratively, Featured on the NYTNow app

It is probably best not to attend weddings when you are freshly separated from your spouse. It’s a heavy dose of dangerously mixed emotions. The problem is, wedding season is just beginning. And I am a wedding planner.


Growing Up Unreflected: How Diversity Saved Me 

in Be Yourself, Featured on the Medium homepage and Editor's Picks

When young people look for themselves in entertainment, they’re not thinking about network ratings, or even racial inequality. They’re simply seeking a sign of acceptance. That who they are is someone worth aspiring to be.



taking Names

in Slant'd Magazine

My grandmother’s name was Harris.

When she took this name, she was a young nursing student in China just shy of five feet tall. Before Harris, her name had been Wen Sze-Yung.

Kitchen Table Lashes

in Human Parts, Featured on the Medium homepage

Lately my mother’s friend / had been crying through telephone lines / garbled by the pains of raising a daughter.
Lately her daughter / had been pulling fine hairs / straight from pink eyelids.


I'm Divorced, But I Don't Regret A Single Second Of My Marriage 

in Thought Catalog

When I first thought about leaving, I was terrified by the idea of letting down his family, my family, every wedding guest, everyone who’d ever wished us well – I felt like I had failed them all.



is there such a thing as asian privilege? unpacking the complexities of the term

in Mochi Magazine

Asians in America come from a history of oppression. From the Chinese Exclusion Act to Japanese American internment, from lynchings to segregated neighborhoods, Asians have always been treated as unwanted foreigners. But what about today?

How Hosting A Dinner Can Heal

in Be Yourself

Feeling hopeless about the state of the world? Sit down to dinner with a group of people who don't agree with you.


The Best and Worst Things About Being Single 

in Navigating the Sea of Singledom

I’m really tired today, so I think I’m just gonna eat this brick of cheese for dinner. And that’s okay. Because I’m not making anyone else partake in it with me, so I can just enjoy it for what it is (delicious), and not be worried about someone else’s well-being.


Why I Go To Couples Counseling 

in P.S. I Love You

We don’t go to couples counseling because we’re afraid our relationship isn’t working. We go because we believe in our future. We want to move forward with ears, hearts, and eyes open.


3 Lessons From the Creators of Serial 

in ART + Marketing

“Sometimes when you have a strong idea, it takes shape on its own. The most work often goes into propping up a weak idea.”



A College Consultant’s View on Affirmative Action and College Admissions

in Mochi Magazine

Let’s talk about college admissions for Asian Americans and, specifically, the issue of affirmative action in college admissions. Though most Asian Americans are pro affirmative action, we’re now increasingly part of the argument against it.

Making the Business Case for Diversity 

in CultureLabx

Creativity and innovation thrive when there is cognitive diversity. By bringing on different modes of thinking, an entity’s ability to creatively solve problems is increased.


Why Aren't Asian Americans Voting?

in Mochi Magazine

29.2 percent of our survey participants said they’d be more inclined to vote if the candidates had discussed different issues. As Ben, 26, put it: “I didn’t follow politics closely, but I noticed that whenever politicians talked about how they cared about all Americans, they’d say ‘Black, White, Hispanic. I want to help all Americans.’ Who cares about Asians or Native Americans?”