I write about food, travel and culinary history. I’m the Associate Editor at Atlantic Business Magazine, and I’m a freelance journalist/writer/blogger based in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

My work has been published by Trivago MagazineDaily Hive, and Huffington Post and I have a monthly column with Food Bloggers of Canada exploring the history of iconic Canadian foods.

Researching has become a lifestyle to me. After completing my MA in Art History at the University of Toronto in 2012, I moved to Halifax, ate my way through the city and started thefoodgirlintown.com a blog devoted to (mis)adventures in travelling to eat, with a dash of culinary history.

A long-time sufferer of persistent wanderlust, I’m always planning my next big trip. I spent three seasons working on an archaeological dig in central Turkey, given food styling workshops and surfed on the Gold Coast of Australia.

I’m passionate about architecture, spaghetti carbonara and long-form non-fiction.