As any writer will tell you, there’s nothing more intimidating than a blank page. But in my experience, I find an exciting challenge to it that is unlike anything else. It’s nothing a little coffee can’t help, either.

Let me start filling this page: I'm a journalist and editor who focuses on interior design, culture, and disability. I regularly contribute to Architectural Digest's vertical Clever, and I've been writing for Dwell since 2015. I'm also a contributing editor to MyDomaine.

My work has also appeared in Bon AppétitVox, McSweeney’s, Westways, and South Bay Magazine, among other publications. I edited the Reach Up blog during the 2015 Special Olympics World Games, too.

As the senior editor of Hunker, an architecture and design website that launched in February 2017, I created the overall editorial strategy, voice, and aesthetic. I also hired and oversaw a team of 20 writers, three photographers, and one illustrator. It was a lot of fun, but it was a lot of work. I was the sole editor, social media manager, newsletter creator, and photo director in its first five months. Nevertheless, it all paid off: Hunker grew to an average of nearly 10 million monthly visitors during my 10-month tenure. 

My favorite aspect of the site, an original essay series expressing writers' many definitions of "home," can be read here

I grew up in Los Angeles and studied journalism at Chapman University. In 2013, I completed a master’s degree in media and communications at the London School of Economics. You can read about my past London haunts, and present L.A. adventures, in my highlights and trip plans for

When I’m not writing for myself, I help others fill blank pages on everything from website content, to copywriting, to social media. Do you want to hire me to write something? Go ahead and email me. You can also follow me on Instagram and Twitter.