ABOUT ME

I draw on my experience and talents to create projects that suit your needs.

I am a full-time freelancer based in northern Virginia, who works with clients in the DC area and around the country. I create projects in a wide range of formats that include print, online, audio, video, social media, and blogging. I enjoy working with others, including subject-matter experts and creative specialists. My goal is to share nonfiction topics in an engaging, entertaining way with the general public.

I have developed projects for museums, art galleries, national parks, book publishers, magazines, rare book libraries, maritime and environmental outreach programs, an architecture firm, and other clients.

I graduated from Princeton University with highest honors in international relations at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. I have been in publishing and editorial work ever since. This includes more than a decade on staff as an editor, researcher, and writer at Time-Life Books, followed by more than 15 years as a freelancer.

I have completed professional development courses in web writing, basic web design, web accessibility, and book publishing. I’m a member of the American Alliance of Museums, the Editorial Freelancers Association, and the Time-Life Alumni Society.