I'm a long-time magazine writer in the San Francisco Bay Area, with roots in the New York publishing world. I started my career answering reader mail at Sports Illustrated (you’d be amazed how many people want to argue about Ted Williams’ batting average) and jumped up the ladder to reporter, eventually joining the staff of Sports Illustrated for Kids, where I worked as a reporter, writer and editor.
I went freelance a few years later, and have written for The New York Times, Smithsonian Magazine, CrimeReads, and O: The Oprah Magazine, among other publications. I write on a wide variety of topics, from young, edgy Bay Area artists to addiction issues to the costs of campus sexual assault.
I also write a lot of content and have worked on projects for companies such as YouTube, Schwab, WorkRamp, California Closets, and Banner Health. I'm happy to provide samples of my content work upon request.