I'm a New York-based writer, strategist, and concept communicator whose passion lies at the intersection of design and culture. I’ve always been omnivorously inquisitive, compelled to learn everything about practically anything. I strive to share my curiosity and stoke excitement through meaningful connections, content, and experiences.
My skills include brand strategy and positioning, copywriting, content strategy and creation, naming, messaging, and research. (My penchant for wordplay means I’m also, unfortunately, a compulsive punner.)
I've also worked for the Architecture and Design department at the Museum of Modern Art, Gensler, The American Federation of Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The New Museum. My writing has appeared in numerous publications dedicated to architecture, design, art, and culture.
I've studied brand strategy at SVA, and have an M.A. in Design History and a B.A. in Art History. For more details, check out my resume.