Writer + Editor
I'm an experienced lifestyle writer for major consumer publications who's known for submitting elegantly written, well-reported stories.
I've worked as both a freelance editor and writer for Google Destinations, the company's powerful, top-level travel-planning tool. I've also been a contributing editor for Great Ideas, People.com's food section, where I wrote and edited stories about breaking news, trends, cooking, celebrities and chefs. I've spent the last 15 years writing and editing all types of print and online content, mostly in-house at Conde Nast: I began my career as an editor at Epicurious and later worked as both a travel editor and contributing editor at BRIDES magazine. Other publications I've written for include Today.com, The Bump, The Nest, What to Expect, BonAppetit.com, Gourmet Live, Travel + Leisure and New York magazine.
I've also worked as a creative consultant doing writing, editing, research and brainstorming for organizations like New York University, Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), Manifest (formerly McMurry) and AMS Pictures, an Austin-based media company. The biggest compliment I get from almost all of my clients is that I make their lives easier.
NEWS + ESSAYS
If you woke up this morning and showered in the privacy of your own bathroom, consider yourself lucky.
For Brooklyn mom Lexi Dwyer, a rock-scramble hike in the Hudson Valley left her with a story she'll cherish forever.
Celebrated restaurateur Danny Meyer announced Wednesday that he will eliminate tipping at all of his 13 restaurants over the next year.
PARENTS + KIDS
What if teaching your children to be kind, grateful and empathetic was as easy as opening a good book?
Hosting a children's Easter party should be fun and easy. So what's there to do besides hiding some eggs?
School has already started in some parts of the country, but if you're sending your first child to kindergarten this fall, you may want to take your own crash course in...
Months of paid leave and inexpensive top-notch day care are just a few amazing benefits enjoyed by moms and dads across the globe.
Prince George might be the most famous baby in the world, but even his royal pedigree can't protect him from the perils of teething.
It should be simple. Gather mothers with same-age little ones and cue the rainbows and unicorns, right? Not so much.