My name is Scott William King and I am originally from Cleveland, Ohio. I graduated from Capital University (’17) in Columbus, Ohio with a degree in Professional Writing and a minor in Marketing.

After graduation, I joined the Peace Corps to teach primary literacy in the Eastern Caribbean, where I served in the island-nation of Grenada for two years. It was during this time that I began this blog as a means of sharing my experience through story-telling.

After returning to the United States, I enrolled at the University of Nevada, Reno, where I earned my Master’s in Journalism and Media Innovation. It was during this time I covered homelessness and the local affordable housing crisis by creating multimedia content for Our Town Reno and its Biggest Little Streets Podcast. Concurrently, I started freelancing for the Sierra Nevada Ally as a Science & Technology reporter – a position I still hold today.

I now reside in Arlington, Virginia, where I work generating multimedia content for the Air & Space Forces Association and Air Force Magazine.

All views, experiences, and opinions shared within this blog are mine alone and are not meant as representation of any organization or group I am affiliated with.

Thanks for following and enjoy!