My byline has appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, Reader’s Digest, Oprah Magazine, Entrepreneur, Wired, Metropolis, Think, Stop Smiling, Paste, Art Papers, Architecture Boston, ArchDaily, OilWoman Magazine, The Greenwich Sentinel, Greenwich Magazine, Majuscule, Zenger News, and many other journals and publications. I’ve also contributed to Refinery29, BuzzFeed, The Watercooler HQ, Pretzel, The Everlast Blog, Cover Our Tracks, The Little Blue Marble, and Common Edge.
In 2018, I won Best Op-Ed from the ASJA for The Wealthy Are Poised for the End of the World, an opinion piece that ran in Common Edge. And in 2015 my essay, “Personal Growth,” was featured in O’s Little Book of Happiness, alongside such notable contributors as Elizabeth Gilbert, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Brené Brown, Jane Smiley, and Roxane Gay.
I’ve written content and marketing/PR for clients including Lesley Heller Gallery, Once-Future Office, Tabitha Digital, Mason Interactive, and others. And as a grant writer, I’ve raised funds for Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, The East Harlem Tutorial Program, The Paul Taylor Dance Foundation, The Gateway School, and other organizations.
I’m also an illustrator whose drawings have appeared in Greenwich Magazine, Loud Coffee Press, Mermaids Monthly, and other publications. I studied graphic design and illustration at the School of Visual Arts.
I studied fiction writing at The New School in Manhattan, and I’m a graduate of the Viable Paradise program for writers of speculative fiction. My short fiction has appeared in Silver Blade, Liquid Imagination, and Spider Road Press, as well as on The WiFiles and in several anthologies. In 2018 my short story, “How He Got That Way,” won honorable mention in the Spider’s Web Flash Fiction Contest.
Since my first byline in 1995, I’ve covered a lot of ground. With a BA and MA in Art History from Emory University, I began with a focus in art, architecture, and design. Since then, I’ve written about nearly everything — from boxing to rodeo riding; from wind energy to planning and zoning; from 3-D printed bone grafts to wrist implants. The unifying theme: I like talking to people and hearing their stories.