When I was a kid, I was always in trouble for “back talking.” I insisted on knowing not only why the sky was blue or how cars worked, I wanted an explanation for why I had to eat my veggies, go to day care or pick up my toys. I never grew out of that phase.

As I got older the questions became more complex. Why were specific lessons at school selected? Why were some laws written? And since I apparently liked being in trouble, why was my curfew so early?

All that trouble paid off. Now I get to ask “why?” for a living.

I have an inquisitive nature that in college I discovered worked perfectly with journalism. I have honed that skill and produced stories that came from being curious about a late-night tip about a bar fight, to in-depth pieces that attempt to strike at the heart of an issue.

I hope you will take some time to browse GingerGibson.com, a collection of my work as a newspaper reporter. On the left are links to my resume, contact information and examples of my work.

Thank you for taking the time to browse. Please return as more clips are added regularly.