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I'm an independent journalist based in Seattle. After a long career as a print reporter, I now produce radio and TV stories. Most of my work focuses on the arts.
When I'm not practicing journalism, I teach journalism and communication classes at the University of Washington. When I'm not working, I'm hanging out with "Santana," my bichon poodle named after Carlos. She likes kale.
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