WRITER, EDITOR & CONTENT CREATOR
For eight years, I’ve hopscotched between the food and book worlds.
I previously served as senior digital editor of Lunch Rush, where I led the site’s food coverage as the managing editor and as a content planner and strategist. At Lunch Rush, I helped launch a podcast and video series about restaurant industry trends, put together content for a video series celebrating local restaurants, and worked with top brands like P.F. Chang's, Orange Leaf, Paris Baguette, the app GasBuddy, as well as neighborhood restaurants like Boston’s SaPa and Seattle's Happy Grillmore, in my work as an editor and content writer. Along the way, I profiled people like chef Barbara Lynch and barbecue pitmaster Andy Husbands. I've ghostwritten hundreds of food articles, sharing the top dishes of cities, singing the praises of cuisines like Korean and Georgian fare, and exploring trends like robot chefs in the kitchen here.
Prior to becoming a food writer, I had a brief teaching stint as a lecturer at the University of Massachusetts, where I taught courses like Food Writing and Contemporary Fiction.
Since 2013, I've served as a book critic and website proofreader for Rain Taxi Review of Books. Among the works that I’ve copyedited are pieces by writers Ben Lerner and Anne Ursu and interviews with the late Anthony Bourdain, Brian Evenson, and Samuel R. Delany. As an arts and culture journalist, I’ve racked up bylines in McSweeney’s, Kenyon Review, Kirkus Reviews, among other publications.
In my down time, I love running in open, sun-soaked spaces and nerding out about food, books, and art.