I’m a writer and editor.


My journalism about business, wellness and culture has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Allure, Town & Country, Conde Nast Traveler; on Vogue.com, Well + Good and Mindbodygreen.


I apply meticulous reporting, hard data and irony to glamorous lifestyle trends usually given the puff-piece treatment. I’m obsessed with the unholy effect of wealth on our collective values and behavior. If you’re curious about the economics of a $1,000 haircut, or why a billionaire would test his food with a Geiger counter, or whether it’s possible to become spiritually enlightened in a day; well, same.


I am the author of Yoga Bodies: Real People, Real Stories and the Power of Transformation, a book of photographs and interviews featuring yogis from all walks of life; and the novels Mating Rituals of the North American WASP and It’s About Your Husband. I have collaborated behind the scenes with the authors of books on sales strategy and psychology.


New York is my true love, but I’m currently in San Francisco, where I work as a copywriter for a fancy startup, try to avoid saying “leverage” and “cross-functional stakeholders” and stay sane(ish) with yoga.