I am a writer from New York City currently living in Norwich, England. I am the founder and editor of SICK, a thoughtful magazine written and created by chronically ill + disabled people.
I have been sick with chronic Lyme disease for over ten years. This has given me the desire to write, read, and continue to educate myself on topics relating to women's bodies, pain, illness, and disability.
I am a graduate of Goldsmiths, University of London, where I received an upper second class honours degree in journalism. I have interned at The Guardian and Marie Claire, covered London Fashion Week shows for Fashion Scout, was the arts and culture editor of [smiths] magazine, and reported for East London Lines.