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 OutQuartz, 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.