I’m a freelance journalist based on Florida’s east coast. I started my career straight out of college as a daily newspaper reporter in my native Connecticut and moved up the ranks to editor-in-chief. Somewhere in between, I attended law school in Boston, but every time I saw a police car or news van drive by, I found myself longing for the newsroom. So I traded law school for a master’s in journalism from Northeastern University and I never looked back. While there, I snagged an internship with the Boston Red Sox which turned into a seasonal job for the next few years. I spent my days writing feature stories in Plymouth, Massachusetts, and my nights behind the camera at Fenway Park, filming the crowd for the Jumbotron.
My career took me to New Hampshire and eventually back to Connecticut, where I spent six years as the editor-in-chief of two award-winning papers. I made the move to Florida in 2014 after accepting an editor position on the Gulf Coast. Today, in addition to journalism, I focus on web content, copy editing and ghost writing.