I’m a journalist, editor, content strategist, and author.

I write about food and culture for The Boston Globe. I’m also a contributing editor at Boston Magazine and the parenting reporter for Jewish Boston.

I started my career in Washington, D.C. as a desk assistant at NBC News, where I nervously hung up on Tom Brokaw and fetched Diet Cokes for Pat Buchanan. I moved on to The New Republic, which somehow published my musings on Paris Hilton (hey, it was 2004) and Patti Smith. I was also the development editor at the Ross Yoon literary agency, and I still ghostwrite books and book proposals.

After moving home to Boston, I’ve worked for New York magazine, The Boston Phoenix, and the Globe’s magazine for women, Lola (RIP).

I’ve written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, Slate, Elle, and Bon Appétit, too.

I also work with hospitals, universities, and corporations, including Boston Children’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Babson College, MIT, IDG, meQuilibrium, and NO MORE.

My crowning achievement to date? Co-authoring Size Matters (Random House), a hard-hitting book about the male anatomy.