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I am a versatile and engaged content creator with a large breadth of adjacent skills. My particular interests include: health & disability issues, technology, communication, and intersectional feminism.

"Dmurring" is a cute pun on my name, but it's also an important part of my professional values. To demur is to hesitate, take exception, or object, especially for moral or ethical reasons; my work strives to question comfortable narratives with an emphasis on understanding of and respect for marginalized populations.

Thoughts? Inquiries? Feelings? Feel free to drop me a line at dmurring@gmail.com.

my work

Feel free to browse my major projects below!

You can also view my selected content writing work here.

Spoonie Living logo: a vintage illustration of a woman holding a spoon

Spoonie Living

Spoonie Living is a Chronic Illness and Disability Lifestyle Blog where I post daily resources from around our community as well as original content.

Chronically Badass cover image: a young person striking the We Can Do It pose with a blood pressure cuff

Chronically Badass

This illustrated zine serves as an introduction to chronic illness for young people who have recently become ill or received a diagnosis.

The Accessible Activism Checklist logo: A standard accessible icon depicting a person in a wheelchair; a red checkmark is centered in the wheel and forms the person's arm.

The Accessible Activism Checklist

A detailed document (plus accompanying survey and presentation) to help activists and organizers ensure their activities are accessible.

Gender Inclusion Feedback Cards logo: a symbol combining the standard male and female symbols to include nonbinary and null gender identities

Gender Inclusion Feedback Cards

These postcard-sized printables ease the process of providing feedback to organizations about their inclusion of trans and nonbinary gender identities, as well as intersex folks.

Life on Chronic Illness

Life on Chronic Illness

Inspired by Cara Gael O'Regan's BGW for MedX, this ongoing project documents my experience with chronic illness using social media image editing tools such as Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook.


Learn more about what I do and what others have to say about me!