You’ve found my website. Mostly, it’s a portfolio of my published writing. It’s also my personal blog. I have a nice little section where I post write-ups of visits to natural winemakers. Although I haven’t been adding to it since I founded my print magazine, Pipette, which you can learn about here.


So, who are you? 

I’m a journalist and writer, and the editor/founder of the indie mag about natural wines Pipette Magazine. After living in New York for nine years, I now split time between Europe and Australia. Most of my time is focused on Pipette although I continue to freelance for various publications. I often host natural wine pop-ups or tastings at food festivals and all sorts of venues.

What publications do you write for?

My articles, found in U.S. magazines such as Imbibe and Wine & Spirits and websites such as PUNCH, reach a wide range of audiences–both those who are curious about wine and food, and industry professionals. I champion naturally-working winemakers, and innovative and passionate chefs and sommeliers..

Where did you get trained to write about wine and food?

By consuming and selling it, mostly. I worked as a daytime server at Reynard, then transitioned to retail and worked for 8 months at Uva Wines, both in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Meanwhile, I went to a lot of industry tastings and asked questions, and then started doing journalism.

Do you accept wine / spirit samples?

Not at the moment, thank you.

How do I reach you?

Full name at gmail, please. Also, I’m on Twitter and Instagram.


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  • Thank you for your article in The Nation. There are many of us out here in other cities, working day jobs, who are totally supporting the Occupy Movement, even though we can’t be there. i found your article extremely moving, as I have since the day the first Occupy happened, and then spread around the globe. It’s amazing, really…and tremendously heartening.

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