I am a freelance writer, editor and content creator, based in Toronto.
I have previously been the Editor-in-Chief of Leaping Lion Books, the student-run micropublishing house at York University, where I oversaw the publication of the mystery novel Wild Justice. I have also been the Copy Chief of On the Danforth (Spring 2020), the community magazine published by students of the Centennial College Publishing Program.
In addition to editing, I am also an award-winning feature writer. My 2018 piece, “How to Save a Marsh,” received the Jan Rehner Prize for Writing, and was praised as “a first-rate example of how to weave research and analysis with scene and character to create a compelling journalistic story.”
I have done a wide variety of writing and editing – marketing, copywriting, blogging, movie reviews – but at the moment I am interested mainly in narrative nonfiction in its various forms: personal essays, reported features and everything in between.
I have a Specialized Honours BA in English and Professional Writing from York University, and a Graduate Certificate in Book, Magazine and Electronic Publishing from Centennial College.