A published author and meticulous editor with expertise in marketing and social media, I have been undertaking freelance web and print projects since 1999. My clients now span the globe—from where I’m based in New York to Beijing, Hong Kong, London, and beyond—and I’ve made it my business to focus on their wide-ranging and endlessly fascinating projects full time.
In the past, I also held staff positions as Manager of Online Communications at the Archaeological Institute of America; Online Senior Editor, Managing Editor, and Copy Chief at Archaeology magazine; Senior Web Editor and Development Officer for Special Exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; English as a Second Language Teacher at ECC Language Institute, Tongyeong City, South Korea; and Editor and Travel Writer at Let’s Go: Greece and Turkey.
I’ve participated in excavations in Greece, Turkey, and the US; visited remote archaeological sites in China; and reported on discoveries from around the world in print and online. Posts in my blog archive cover museum exhibitions and cultural issues.
My academic background is in archaeology, and includes a bachelor of arts degree, with honors, from Harvard University and a master’s degree in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology from Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium.
Rounding out my portfolio, my first book, The Past Revealed: Great Discoveries in Archaeology, which I coauthored, was published in 2010. I also love to travel and take photographs.
I live in Manhattan’s Stuyvesant Town with my husband and two daughters.