I’m a writer, educator, and content strategist currently based in New York City.

My essays and reportage have appeared in 3:AM Magazine, The Atlantic, The Baffler, Baltimore Magazine, The Billfold, Boston Globe Magazine, Boston Review, Catapult, The Daily Dot, Electric Literature, Los Angeles Review of BooksMajusculeThe Millions, Necessary Fiction, Pacific Standard, Publishers Weekly, Quartz, Redivider, The Review Review, The Smart Set, and USA Today, among other publications.

Frequent themes include hybrid forms, unnatural landscapes, discard economies, ecourbanism, and American excess. I studied global marketing at NYU’s Stern School of Business, and completed an MFA nonfiction fellowship at Emerson College, where I taught courses in composition and creative writing. I’m available for reporting assignments, book reviews, interviews, essays, etc. at


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