Eloquence with the written word takes many forms, from the literal to the lyrical. Regardless of the tone or structure,
the most effective words flow together in ways that engage and permeate within the reader.

Carrie’s writing has appeared in countless print and online publications across the globe, in the form of personal travel stories, entertainment features and copy within AP interactives and graphics (reporting news events through headlines, intro text, explainers, glances and chronologies). She also composes more creative and conceptual forms of written expression.

Racism in Sports

Educational book for a middle-school audience (May 2013)

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AP Stylebook

Styles for news graphics and interactives (May 2012)

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Filmmakers often can’t seem to use a map

Commentary on geographical inaccuracies in Oscar-nominated films, focussing on “Little Miss Sunshine” (February 2007)

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‘Lost’ tries to get its mojo back

Critique of season 3’s split season (February 2007)

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A little bit of ‘Grey's Anatomy’ in all of us

Commentary on the show’s popularity (September 2006)

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Friends of ‘Friends’ quiz

Sidebar to accompany coverage leading to the series finale (May 2004)

Read story as published by the Deseret News in Salt Lake City (pdf)

How many of youss remember your Seuss?

Text in graphic celebrating Dr. Seuss’ 100 birthday (February 2004)

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Inspirational gift book (written fall 2001, book designed in 2004)

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