For me, “finding the right words” isn’t just a figure of speech. It’s a passion. Whether you’re a company trying to establish your voice in a crowded marketplace, an editor in need of a diligent, research-obsessed freelancer, or a creative agency looking for fresh, smart concepts, I can help.
Before starting my own writing and editing business in 2020, I spent 10-plus-years at cutting-edge digital start-ups, international brands, and print magazines, including three years as assistant editor of Allure. As branded content editor at Quartz, I oversaw $1MM+ branded content campaigns in a variety of mediums for clients like IBM, AT&T, Hilton Honors, David Yurman, Walmart, eBay, Singapore Airlines, Delta, Slack, and Comcast. There, my work was recognized by organizations such as Numerator (formerly Brandtale).
Prior to Quartz, I led content marketing for Sotheby’s inaugural ecommerce team, which successfully transformed into a major part of the auction house business strategy. Most recently, I worked on content strategy and production with Fortune 500 companies at The Economist.
My writing has been featured in publications like The Washington Post, Allure, Departures, The Points Guy, Food Network, Slate, Town & Country, Refinery29, Psycom, Tablet Hotels, and WWD. I have experience covering a variety of topics, including travel, food, psychology, wellness, beauty, fashion, art, design, and technology.
When I’m not working, I'm probably planning my next trip or playing with my dog, Luca.