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/co-founder of the aforementioned 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. See here for an always-expanding list of my recent articles in consumer and trade magazines and websites. I also occasionally write original content on my own blog. 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?