I'm currently at Fitbit, writing for the Eat Well channel of the blog. I cover everything from nutrition news and expert advice to superfood trends and healthy recipes.
At BabyCenter, the largest parenting website in the world, I produced email newsletters that went out to millions of moms every week. I also wrote and edited long-form articles and adorable slideshows. Some of my favorite projects included a set of healthy recipes for pregnancy, homemade baby food recipes, toddler finger foods, holiday gift guides, a maternity style report, and a media-savvy parenting survey. For the recipes and style slideshows, I pitched the ideas, assigned the stories, developed the content, and ran the photo shoots.
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Insight Editions specializes in entertainment and pop culture. I worked on two big Hollywood books during my year there, and managed their list of international buy-ins.
Fringe: September's Notebook
This was a sci-fi television series with a crazy cult following. In addition to serving as the project lead and navigating permissions with Warner Bros, I helped develop a very successful social media campaign. The book sold out and went into reprint almost immediately after release.
John Wayne: The Genuine Article
I worked with the John Wayne estate and his son Ethan Wayne to produce this beautiful account of the Hollywood legend. It earned a spot on the New York Times Best Seller list.
How to Demolish Dinosaurs; How to Get Rid of Ghosts; How to Mash Monsters; How to Outwit Witches; How to Pulverize Pirates; How to Ward Off Wolves
I managed the translation of these charming French children's books.
At Weldon Owen I was on the food and drink team, producing beautiful photographic cookbooks for Williams-Sonoma. I edited many books during my three years there, and did a lot of writing, but I'm particularly proud of a couple of projects.
This was the first title that I was the project lead on from start to finish, developing the recipe list, working with the author, and running the photo shoot.
Merchant of Sonoma
I helped ghostwrite this memoir for Chuck Williams, the founder of Williams-Sonoma. I interviewed Chuck and his personal friends and nearly doubled the author's original word count.
And last but never least, if you really want to get a sense for my voice and style, you're welcome to check out my blog, Crumbs in the Pages.
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