I’m a Philadelphia-based freelance design writer with editorial and copywriting experience.
I currently write for several outlets, including Architectural Digest, Hyperallergic, The Atlantic, and The New Yorker online.
I also work with organizations and brands that need an engaging copy, from crisp landing page text to full creative proposals, blog posts with deft SEO integration, and social media content.
I’m an expert in design and material culture, and the author of the 2016 book “Midcentury Christmas” (Countryman Press) as well as the “The Midcentury Kitchen,” which was published in 2019.
I’ve worked with Christie’s International Real Estate, Doyle New York, TEFAF, The Hudson Company, Lang Architecture, 1stDibs, and Knightsbridge Park, among others.
At 1stDibs I created a series of highly readable creator biographies and designer stories. For Christie’s, I devised a series of articles that featured international properties for sale paired with relevant outstanding objects from the auction house side of the business.
- A recent article for CityLab on the history and impact of the Frankfurt Kitchen, designed by pioneering female architect Margarete (Grete) Schütte-Lihotzky in 1926.
- A recent article in Dwell on the "Three Piece House," an innovative home in a Philadelphia neighborhood steeped in local history.
- A recent article in Architectural Digest about modern Christmas trees, including one installed at Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House in Plano, Illinois.