Long before digital nomadism entered the scene, I made it my mission to live the best of both worlds and carve out a career as a travel writer while seeing as much of the world as possible.
I am the former London-based Travel Editor at Wallpaper* magazine where I created and edited the travel content for both the print publication and the website.
In addition to my work at Wallpaper, I have wide-ranging experience as a freelance travel journalist, writer and editor for national and international titles such as The Telegraph, Condé Nast Traveller, House & Garden, Tatler and Robb Report - among others - where I cover travel, food and design.
I also work as a content creator, copywriter, copy editor, proofreader, fact checker and speechwriter, specialising in web content, SEO, video scripts, audio guides, direct mail, brochures and branded content.
From major hotel groups such as Marriott and Nordic Hotels & Resorts, to banks and government companies like the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, I cover a diverse range of topics across a wide spectrum of industries.
As a consultant I help hospitality companies cut through the noise. I work with both new developments and re-launches on concept development, strategy, branding, content creation and design direction. I advise on trends and can help connect you with the best partners in the business - be it design studios, architects, artist curators, photographers or chefs - to help shape your vision and bring it to life. I also work as an interiors curator, helping to enhance visual aesthetics through thoughtful design details.
Over my 15-year career, I have become one of the foremost authorities in luxury travel. I edit the annual Wallpaper* Best Urban Hotel Awards, regularly lend my opinions to trend reports, I have been a judge at various industry events, including the Restaurant & Bar Design awards, alongside peers such as Jason Atherton and Marcus Wareing, and I have authored a book on the concept and history of Amerikalinjen, a Nordic Hotels & Resorts property in Oslo.