I’m a writer, cook, teacher, baker, yoga devotee, travel writer who ironically, desperately, needs to go somewhere thanks to also being the mom of fraternal twin boys. I am available for hire for all kinds of projects—I have fifteen years of experience as a writer, critic, and editor. My writing centers, loosely speaking, around culture; it’s a way to talk about a medley of people, places and things, ranging from but not limited to musicians, authors, chefs, photographers and artists. These days, I’m mostly writing about food and travel. However, I also have a keen eye for editing, and my experience ranges from editing academic manuscripts and web content and newsletters and articles and more. I’m fast, efficient, thorough, good-natured, and responsible.

If I’m not at home, running between the kitchen and the living room, I’m at the Cosmic Cup, doing yoga, or walking/running around the neighborhood. Some of my other favorite places include Maine (that’s where I am in the photo), New York City, Ireland, and Seattle.

In 2008,  Greenwood published my book Women Icons of Popular Music: The Rebels, Rockers, and Renegades.

In 2011, I was the co-author of Frommer’s Guide to Philadelphia and the Amish Country.

My alma maters include Douglass College at Rutgers University (B.A. Journalism; B.A. American Studies, 1996) and New York University (M.A., Journalism, 2000).