Lisa-Natalie Anjozian

I am a storyteller who loves exploring Earth. My stories explain and interpret science, technology, new discoveries, the natural world. I love sharing and communicating what I learn with others.

Before becoming a full-time, freelance writer, I was a volunteer mounted ranger-wilderness patrol for the US Forest Service in Southern California for nine years. I was also a ranger-natural history interpreter on staff at North Cascades National Park; a story analyst for screenplays, working in Hollywood and London; and an on-camera performer. Like many people who can't help noticing, and want to create to understand and convey what we see, I've had many more occupations than these in order to fund what I love and need to do.

I live in western Washington state where I watch the rare light move across sculpted faces of glacier-clad Mount Baker and the North Cascades.