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I grew up in a very old house, in a very rural part of New England. An only child in the middle of nowhere, I subsisted on creative hijinx, none of which can be explained succinctly.


After studying writing and global affairs at Yale, I spent a year teaching English a few miles from the Eurasian Pole of Inaccessibility.


A motorcycle accident forced me back to the US, where I found my professional home at Atlas Obscura, first as an intern, then as the founding member of the group travel department.


In between pranking my colleagues, I co-designed trips with lichenologists and masonic architectural experts, leading the curious on unusual adventures to Newfoundland, Bhutan, and many places in between.


Having self-medicated with animation and illustration throughout the pandemic, I'm now pursuing an MFA in Products of Design at the School of Visual Arts.

I'm seeking opportunities of all shapes and sizes that allow me to combine my background in written, visual, and experiential storytelling with a penchant for community-building and an unwavering commitment to fun. 

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