I'm a non-fiction writer, editor, and producer based in Brooklyn. 

As the co-founder of Unfurl Productions—a collective of collaborative writers and producers—I work closely with clients to nurture their book, audio and documentary projects, and with a team of fellow collaborators to bring our projects beautifully to fruition. We currently have over a dozen book projects in production, as well as a podcast and radio series.  

In my own writing and editing work, I've been instrumental in creating seven memoirs for major publishing houses (as a named co-writer or behind the scenes). I'm also the editor of The Book of Life, an anthology of memoir for Random House in the UK. I regularly craft book proposals for authors. 

I was born in London and moved to New York in 1995. After working as a freelance magazine writer — for Vogue U.S. and U.K., and The Tatler — I embarked on a career in nonfiction books with an emphasis on memoirs, forgotten histories and women's lives. I still contribute articles to Porter magazine. 

My career in radio has involved producing pieces for the StoryCorps broadcast on NPR and for that organization's major funders (including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and The Obama Foundation). My radio work has also been featured on BBC Radio 4. Most recently, I served as co-producer on the series "Busted: America's Poverty Myths" for WNYC's On the Media. I regularly give talks and lead workshops on storytelling. 

In everything I do, I love to collaborate and to help people to tell their stories and tell them well. If you want to get in touch, you can do so here.