I'm a freelance writer and editor living in Brooklyn. As a staff writer at Hyperallergic, I covered art, design, and visual culture. My work has appeared in The Guardian, The Baffler, Fast Company, Time Out, Quartz, The Village Voice, Communication Arts, Salon, and elsewhere. I've worked as a researcher and fact-checker for Vanity Fair and for best-selling authors. I've reported on wrestlers in the Bronx, psychics in Brooklyn, and the abstract art collection of the CIA.
In the past, I was a station manager and DJ at WBAR Barnard College Radio and an art teacher at Avenues for Justice: Andrew Glover Youth Program. To escape the internet, I make collages and paintings. I have a bachelor's degree in English from Barnard College.