I obtained my BA in English and Creative Writing from Concordia University in my hometown of Montreal. During my studies I contributed fiction to the Concordia and McGill student anthologies The Void and The Veg, reported on local art exhibitions and events for the student-run newspaper The Link, and inexpertly reviewed albums and concerts for several now-defunct music blogs.
After a short stint as a very clumsy bartender, I moved to New York and received an MA in Journalism from New York University, and held internships and fellowships at Vanity Fair, Observer, Mashable, Travel + Leisure, and Huffington Post.
I served as assistant editor for the American Academy of Neurology publications Brain & Life and Neurology Today from 2014 to 2015. During that time I also reported on technology, health and wellness, science, medicine, and the arts for Racked, The Daily Dot, attn:, and more, and contributed personal essays to Femsplain, Aftertastes, and Brooklyn magazine.
I relocated to London in 2018, where I live with my husband and many plants. When I’m not reading, writing, or editing, you’ll find me browsing bookstores, looking for London’s best vegan comfort food, or, possibly, taking a nap.