Ever a traveler, always an adventurer, I combine my love for storytelling by writing travel and arts + culture focused content for various publications. For a sampling of these stories, take a look at my recent work below.
As a Travel, Arts and Culture Writer for Hamptons Art Hub, I write features on artists and exhibitions in the East End and beyond.
Whilst magazine is a compilation of “in the midst” moments.
HealthTech explores technology and healthcare issues — and shares success stories — relevant to IT leaders and managers at healthcare and senior care organizations evaluating and implementing solutions. HealthTech is published by CDW
The Outdoor Journal is a magazine with true stories from adventurers and travelers all over the world.
An avid traveler and dedicated adventurer, I fell in love with the Midwest through my Minnesota-born, Missouri-raised husband. Together, we spent six months driving across the U.S. and got married in his hometown of Springfield, Missouri. Driftless, dedicated to Midwest adventuring, was the perfect outlet to share the story behind the Missouri Ozark’s Queen City.
As a native of Amagansett on the East End of Long Island, I was stoked at the prospect of writing for Whalebone magazine their first year out the door. Through online and print, I got to share a wide range of great eats and drinks, and a slice of nautical life from our hometown and beyond.
- Farm to Table on the East End [Print]
And North is a curated guide to upstate New York and during a brief stint living in Kingston to discover the Hudson Valley, I was excited to help share the beautiful local goings on.
Upward Magazine was founded by Summer Johnson to share the journeys of unconventional travel and to inspire the next generation of explorers and influencers. My first article with Upward Magazine was about a Canadian family spending a year to travel around the world.
Harness gives an unfiltered glimpse into what it's like to be a woman.
- Martian Love, featured poetry
Roadtrippers is an extremely cool resource for “off the beaten path” places to visit, and their web and mobile travel planning platform contains a unique database of some of the world’s most interesting locations. While I was is in full nomad mode and mid-cross country road trip, Roadtrippers reached out to me to share a guide of my own. I was smack in the middle of the country, falling in love with my fiancé’s (now husband) hometown of Springfield, Missouri, excited to share it with the world.
Toronto-based La Carte Magazine is dedicated to inspiring, entertaining and informative journalism for the worldly reader. Their curiosity and focus on experiential travel are informed by adventure and guidance from locals and insiders. I was pleased to share an insider’s perspective on how to step into the tropics here in the heartland.
New York City is one of the hardest and most unique places to relocate to in the world: the culture, the population, the rent prices and the activities are rarely matched in other cities. But after you’ve gotten here and started to really understand the city, you start to notice the adventures and opportunities that are everywhere. The goal of Become a New Yorker is to help make that first part easier- getting to New York, getting settled and getting around as you start the process of becoming a New Yorker.
Born on the island of Manhattan, I was happy to share my two cents: go to Brooklyn.
Singapore-based blog AlwaysGTG invited me to be a guest blogger and share a bit about San Francisco coffee culture. Drink up.
- 5 Cafés You Need to Visit in San Francisco to Achieve Digital Nomad Status