I’m an arts professional who wears many hats and a storyteller in multiple forms.
I studied history at the University of Connecticut (2010) and material culture at the Bard Graduate Center (2013).
I presently manage web and social media content and provide administrative, research, and sales support at an art gallery.
I’m also a published writer. My work has appeared in Atlas Obscura and I am contributing a chapter “Combing Masculinity in the Age of the Moustache, 1860-1900” to the forthcoming anthology Framing the Face: New Perspectives on the History of Facial Hair.
On my personal blog you’ll find book reviews and posts on historical outings.
I also bring my storytelling skills to the stage with the living history program “From Sidelines to Headlines: The Intrepid Nellie Bly.”
If you’re in need of a writer for a historical project or would like to to include my Nellie Bly performance in your programming, I would love to hear from you!