Who I Am.


Hey there.

I’m Brittney. I’m a writer and editor living in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

In my first life, I was a concert saxophonist. Then I lost 100 lb., started writing about fitness and became a storyteller instead.

I specialize in feature, science, business and lifestyle reporting and writing. I’m also fairly ferocious when it comes to proper semicolon use; as an editor, I’ll make you sound better.

Take a look around.

Read my work. Drop me a line. Thanks for stopping by.


What people are saying about my work:

“I'd strongly recommend Brittney for any role and wish I could have worked with her longer.” — Mike Warkentin, founder of CrossFit 204 and former CrossFit Journal managing editor.

“Impressive. That’s the word people use when describing Brittney Saline. Work with her for a day and it’s easy to see why.” — Andréa Maria Cecil Topper, former CrossFit Journal assistant managing editor and head writer.

“This story is tremendous. I mean, really tremendous.” John Branch, Pulitzer-winning sports reporter for the New York Times. (Read the story here.)

“I didn't think a copywriter could make things sound better than I could, but wow, was I wrong. I couldn't find the right words to make my copy sound as fresh and consolidated as I wanted and I felt like I was getting nowhere. After working with Brittney I have an enormous weight off my chest and confidence that I'm telling the right parts of my story; she understood my work, my ideal client and what they needed to hear. Thank you.”Athena Perez

“Thank you so much for working your writer’s magic and turning our conversation into a fun-to-read article! … You really have a gift!” — Julia Hesse-Moline, CrossFit St. Paul/Minneapolis