I completed my BA in English and Creative Writing at 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 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 completed an MA in Journalism, Magazine Writing, at New York University, and held internships and fellowships at Vanity Fair, Observer, Mashable, Travel + Leisure, and Huffington Post.
I was the assistant editor for the American Academy of Neurology publications Brain & Life (formerly Neurology Now) and Neurology Today from 2014 to 2015, and continue to contribute to Brain & Life on a freelance basis. I’ve also reported on technology, science and medicine, and health and wellness for Racked, The Daily Dot, attn:, and more; contributed personal essays to Femsplain, Aftertastes, and Brooklyn magazine; and copy edited and proofread books for Stripe Press, including Tyler Cowen’s Stubborn Attachments.
I relocated to London in 2018, where I live with my husband and a dwindling number of 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.