Seeking stellar copy to differentiate your campaign, brand, or blog - and convert casual visitors into paying customers?
Maybe you need a seasoned writer/producer to shape narrative for video or print.
Or perhaps you're in search of a documentary junkie with a weird penchant for former child stars (hey, a girl can dream).
Whatever your story, mine goes like this: I’m an accomplished writer, producer, and content strategist with solid messaging instincts and a knack for nailing desired voice (not to mention deadlines).
Broadcast credits include PBS, NBC Sports Network, A&E’s Biography, Lifetime's Killer Profile, TLC’s Trading Spaces, and Discovery Channel’s Cash Cab. Copywriting and content strategy clients include Men's Health, Women's Health, Penn Medicine, University of Delaware, and University of the Arts. In 2019 I co-wrote and co-produced Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror. Entertainment Weekly called it one of the top horror movies of the year (shhh, don't tell them it was a documentary).
I provide services for B2B and B2C companies seeking branding/marketing copy (including blogs and sales/content funnels), and also serve as ghostwriter for a DIY Network host.
My editorial work has been published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Denver’s 5280, Weird New Jersey, Antenna-Free TV, Media Bistro, and South Jersey Magazine. In 2007, I became the then-youngest author to write an installment of Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America history book series.
I love history, urban living, city planning, cemeteries, abandoned places, quirky stories, and quirkier people. Usually.
So pull up a chair, literally or otherwise, and reach out to me at for writing, concepting, and producing needs.