I am a freelance writer living in Toronto, Canada, where I was also born and raised. I am a regular contributor to Hazlitt, and my work also appears in The Walrus, Toronto Life, This, Reader’s Digest, Elle Canada, and The Grid. My Hazlitt essay, “How to Succeed in Journalism when You Can’t Afford an Internship”, was reprinted in The Guardian, and discussed in articles in Poynter, Forbes, and the New York Times. My areas of speciality include labour and internships, mental health, sex work, and memoir.
I have also worked in marketing and non-profit communications, where I created website, magazine, and other print content for a variety of clients. Prior to that, I did a PhD in English Literature at what is now known as Western University.
My longform writing has been nominated for three National Magazine Awards. I am represented by the Canadian Writer’s Group for both corporate and secular projects.