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Hi, there. Nice to meet you!

I’m many things but my passion lies in journalism, copywriting, and storytelling.

My name is

Mya Constantino.

I’m a freelance writer and journalist. I’m a creator with a passion for human stories. For the last four years, I’ve written stories for different publications including Desert Companion magazine, MIX247EDM, Vamonde Travel, and Off The Strip. I’ve even spent time filling up note pads for Nevada’s largest news publication, Las Vegas Review-Journal. Throughout my time as a freelance writer and reporter, I’ve written stories on environmental issues, racial disparities, travel, food, art, music and entertainment.

When I’m not writing or reporting, I’m looking for my next favorite coffee shop, eating tacos, exploring different hikes and salsa dancing.

Featured Project.

The Deep Take Project

The Deep Take Project is a multimedia platform filled with interviews, stories, and podcast episodes. At the heart of this project is meaningful dialogue made to heal those watching, reading, and listening. Above everything, it’s a community. A safe space. A place to connect. If you’ve found The Deep Take, thank you for joining me. I’m excited that you’re here. Thank YOU for healing with me.

Freelance Writing.

Finding By Feeling

In a tiny storage space Downtown, Veronica Torres-Miller, prop-stylist and founder of Nostalgia Resources — a vintage rental and styling company — keeps her collection of aged doors, Persian rugs, rows of wooden chairs, towering stacks of tables, and colorful vintage trunks…

Drawing Deep

Let’s Talk About Death

Reporting.

A loss that lingers

Inside a small funeral chapel in Long Beach, California, Sheila Hoonsan’s mom lay in an open casket. But she was unrecognizable. Her face and chest were swollen after weeks in an intensive care unit with COVID-19. Her hands, which Hoonsan never got to hold before she died, were bloated and pale…

Recycling in Clark County being kicked to curb by contamination

In ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ motto, recycling is meant to come last

Meet Rogelio Rodriguez: ‘A kind, honest human’