I'm originally from Atlanta, GA where I was born and raised. I relocated to Seattle for a few years, then moved to New York where I thought I'd stay, but ended up relocating again after a little over seven years in NY. I'm now based in Savannah, GA, where I never envisioned I'd end up at this point in my life, but somehow it makes every bit of sense.
I've been a writer and editor for almost 20 years now, writing mostly freelance for a variety of regional, national, and international publications. I've been a book reviewer for Publishers Weekly. I've covered films for the Tribeca Film Festival. And I've been an arts editor for various publications, including my last stint at Inside Philanthropy. I currently cover the arts for the Savannah Morning News and write a weekly arts and community column which won a Georgia Press Award in 2017 for Lifestyle/Feature Column. I've contributed to publications ranging from The Atlantic Monthly, Playboy, Village Voice, and New York Press, to more niche publications like Juxtapoz, Dazed & Confused, Beautiful/Decay, and Swindle. I've also had a number of short stories published over the years, mostly in smaller circulation zines.
In addition to writing I've worked in a variety of fields, including social services, fine art, photography, architecture and design, theater, event production, and an assortment of other more mundane jobs to pay the bills. I've done a lot of work in various capacities with different disadvantaged populations, including the homeless, the elderly, and children of all ages. I even had a short-lived public access TV show while I was living in Atlanta. I'm currently acting vice-chair of Savannah's Historic Site and Monument Commission.