I'm a skilled content writer and editor with 5+ years of experience. I recently held a position as a content writer/editor in DC with an emphasis on live events, entertainment, travel, and food/restaurants, before beginning my dream of working as a freelance writer.
Past experience includes a magazine internship in NYC and a role as a content writer and social media manager for a B2B marketing start up, where I worked with clients as diverse as an insurance agency, an airport, a ballroom dancing company, a brewery, an internationally known motorcycle brand, and much more. I also wrote in-house marketing content, white pages, and helped clients organize social media strategies.
I majored in English at Rutgers University -- with a focus on theater history and medieval Europe -- and in grad school at Tufts University and the University of Pennsylvania, where I wrote about film, theater, art history, and philosophy. I honestly spend most of my time writing or doing things that enrich it -- cooking, collecting wine and whiskey, yoga, learning languages, reading, and traveling. I've had the opportunity to travel through much of Europe, including France, Italy, Germany, and the Czech Republic. My favorite things include coffee, snow, my dog (a rescued Australian Shepherd), and doing research about basically any topic. And everyp summer you'll find me in at least one Renaissance faire.
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Past work includes content writing, social media, and marketing for Every Merchant, Arthur Murray, Harley Davidson, and the Philadelphia Brewing Company.
My published film writing includes essays and reviews for Diabolique Magazine, Paracinema, and Fangoria, extensive writing on my own long-running film blog, and an essay an academic film anthology Screening the Dark Side of Love.
Recent and upcoming publications include beauty articles for Verily, a philosophy essay for The Partially Examined Life, an essay in anthology Satanic Panic: Pop-Cultural Paranoia in the 1980s (July 2015), and an article in the new issue of Diabolique Magazine.