I was reared in Panama City Beach, FL, and I lived in Nashville and Atlanta before moving to Brooklyn in 2014. Those years included, cumulatively: Youth baseball, church camp, punk rock, college, music tours, DJ gigs, and initial forays into writing and photography. I’m now living in the Greater Boston zone.
My features and criticism have appeared in The New York Times, Pitchfork, Dwell, The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, New York Observer, Interview, The FADER, Paste, and Nashville Scene, among other publications. From March 2016 to May 2017, I worked in the newsroom of The New York Times. Prior to the Times I worked on Vogue's research team, and, in December 2015, I finished a Master's in Journalism at NYU.
Outside of journalism, I’ve written copy for a wide range of clients, from Fortune 100 enterprises and boutique architecture firms to ascendent B2B startups and marquee universities.
Thanks for stopping by,