About Me

I’ve been writing since the age of 7, and have accumulated a trunkful of journals as proof. My first paid job in publishing, I was editing crime fiction, romance and serial killer novels for Random House. During the heydey of the ‘dot com’ era I reported on the party and nightlife scene under the pseudonym Emilia Trinity, for a free paper in the UK. Sorta like Page Six, but not really.

Featured as a guest blogger for The Journal of Cultural Conversation, The Huffington Post, and others, my past writing contributions include captioning online videos at the Winter Olympics; reporting on the fashion runways of New York (braving the PETA naysayers, no less), and blogging about everyday life on my personal blog: BK Garden Apt. 

After a 20-year tenure working through the corporate America alphabet (NBC, GQ, AOL) I decided to add a few of my own: MVI. Short for Modern Vintage Ink, I guide individual thought leaders and small businesses on how best to articulate their thoughts with coherent copywriting. Life as a corporate ghostwriter truly brings me joy, that and being able to join a yoga class on a whim.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, I live in Park Slope with the Meows: Finnegan, and Bruno. In addition to yoga, ice skating, and cooking, I love to travel. My most recent adventure included hiking the foothills of the Himalayas of Bhutan. Even with daily meditation, I’m still processing the experience.

That’s me on the right with the mala beads.
My friend Claudia and the lush green hills of Bhutan are in the background.

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