Paige Baschuk is an American writer living in Geneva, Switzerland with her husband and baby.
Paige boasts ten years of professional journalism experience, writing for publications such as Garden & Gun, Architecture Leaders Today and the Daily Briefing. She has covered everything from crime and politics to architecture and health care. In 2011, she was awarded a Maryland-D.C. Press Association first place for an investigative piece on the local police department and first place for coverage of Maryland’s gubernatorial race.
These days, Paige is happy to freelance write about travel and living abroad.
Why Bakersfield? The unique California city is Paige’s hometown and one of the few constants in her life since she has lived in London, New York and Washington, D.C. Why blonde? Always traveling, Paige has had her flaxen locks cut in five countries so far. Her hypothetical book How do you say ‘highlights’ in Arabic? is sure to win a Pulitzer Prize.
(Interested in working with Paige? Contact her via pbaschuk[a]gmail[dot]com.)