Casey has been published in a variety of outlets: Sierra Magazine, where she was an editorial fellow, San Francisco Magazine, where she was an intern, Planning Magazine, Curiosity Magazine, Shareable, the Mighty, and more.
Casey graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a degree in Sociology and a minor in Latin American studies; she launched her freelance career while still in undergrad and has been freelancing for almost five years. After her fellowship ended at Sierra Magazine in December of 2018, Casey was offered a full scholarship, the Margot Adler Fellowship for Innovative Journalism to the Under the Volcano workshop on Investigative Reporting in Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico, where she studied under Pulitzer-prize winning journalists David Barstow and Alejandra Xanic. Casey was recently honored by SciShortForm for writing one of the best short-form science stories of the last quarter of 2018.
Her bylines range from travel writing to investigative environmental reporting, with most stories related to helping readers understand big problems and make change–and find a little adventure along the way. Casey also writes personal essay and creative nonfiction.
When she’s not writing, Casey is usually traveling or spending time outside. She has traveled extensively through the United States, Europe and Latin America.