Based in Madison, Connecticut, I write stories about people, and how food, recipes, farms and growers create community, connection and shared history. Lately, I write about farms for The Boston Globe Food & Dining section, including a series, “States of Farming,” looking at BIPOC farmers in New England.
I also work with private clients to help them transform their content into relatable stories to engage and enlighten their audiences. For the past seven years, I have taught writing to young adults with developmental disabilities.
After I graduated from Sarah Lawrence college, I moved to New York City’s Little Italy and pursued acting while working at corporate temp jobs. Later, I was an assistant director at a performance art gallery in Soho, then spent 10 years as an associate producer in the corporate arena for national meetings, broadcasts, webcasts, and videos.
I returned to my home state of Connecticut in 2010, and soon after began a new chapter as a writer. Since then, my writing has been published in The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Saveur, Food & Wine, Yankee Magazine and Parade.