I am a freelance writer and stay-at-home mom to two young boys. Currently, I write a bi-weekly column on local chefs entitled “What the Chef Eats” for the San Diego Reader and occasional pieces on San Diego farmers. My essays have appeared in the San Diego Reader, Runner’s World and various coffee table books.
I have a BS degree in Biology from Cornell University, with a minor in English Literature and I am currently taking creative writing classes through UCLA’s Writing Program. Before my children were born, I worked for almost a decade as a copywriter and scientific writer both in-house and at advertising agencies.