I've written since I was 16.
My work has appeared in The Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, The Atlantic's CityLab, Vice's Broadly, and local Atlanta outlets. Before freelancing, I worked as an editor at trade publications in aviation and hospitality, covering subjects from business to food to tech. I serve as head of the freelance committee for the Society of Professional Journalists' Georgia chapter, where I work on events and meetups to engage Atlanta's freelance journalist community.
I'm from Atlanta. After graduating from the University of Georgia, I lived in France, where I taught English to high school students and perfected my French. It was in my cozy, oven-less kitchen where I learned how to cook crepes and binge on baguettes.
If you want to learn more about me, check out this interview talking about my work.