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As a journalism student at New York University, I knew I wanted to write for magazines—but about what? In those days of the 1990s, HGTV was just launched and barely known by the public, but I was already obsessed with design and decor, clipping magazine photos of every detail I wanted for my own home. I’d walk around snapping photos (on film!) of architectural and landscape details on every scale, from a cornice to front-door color and hardware.

I realized it was my destiny to write about architecture and design, so upon graduating, I leapt at the chance when offered an editorial position at Interior Design magazine. I then went on to work for other industry publications such as Contract magazine and Architectural Record, before eventually starting a freelance-writing career in 2017. Since then, I’ve been writing about both residential and commercial interior design and architecture, materials and products, and movers and shakers in the industry. And, occasionally, I'm still walking around snapping photos of the details that inspire me...

contributing writer (past and present)

Architectural Record and SNAP magazines

Washington Post

Wall Street Journal Off Duty

Arch Digest Pro

SURFACE

Interior Design magazine

Azure

Contract magazine

Metropolis

Dezeen

Design Milk

Modern Magazine

Brownstoner

i+D

NKBA Innovation+Inspiration

Products

Confidential architecture, product design, and PR firms

managing editor

Official 2018 NYCxDesign Guide (May 2018)

Contract magazine (2011–2013)

Interior Design Spring and Fall Market tabloids (2007–2011)

NeoCon Show Daily (2005–2011)

staff writer/editor

Architizer (2015–2017)

Architectural Record and SNAP (2013–2015)

Contract magazine (2011–2013)

Interior Design magazine (1998–1999; 2000–2011)

citysearch.com (2000–2001)

Home Office Computing (1998)