Journalist & Travel Writer in Milan

I'm a freelance writer fluent in Italian. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, I cover travel, food and culture both in Italy and the Midwest. I also translate from Italian to English.

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Columbus Monthly

Romantic Italian Getaways Off The Tourist Trail

The country's incredible food, jaw-dropping panoramic views and dreamy culture are the perfect recipe for honeymoon romance.

Duomo article
transitionsabroad.com

How to Make Your Study Abroad Program Decision

Taking All the Necessary Steps to Realize Una Vita Nuova

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Columbus Monthly

Three Itineraries for the Perfect European Honeymoon

Europe offers trips of a lifetime, filled with centuries of culture, incredible food and big adventure.

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vergemagazine.com

A Guide to Italian Work Visas

Navigating Italy's convoluted work visa process can be a headache—but also worth the effort. Here's how.

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Columbus Monthly

Honeymoon Escape to Southeast Asia

Three itineraries for an exotic honeymoon of white sand, ancient culture and indulgence

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walksofitaly.com

There's No Such Thing As Italian Food

A look into the unique regional plates and recipes that make up today's "Italian food."

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vergemagazine.com

How to Teach English in Italy

English teaching opportunities abound in the land of la dolce vita. Here’s how—and why—to start your own love affair with TEFL in Italy.

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International Living

Rent in This Royal Italian City for $650 a Month

When I moved to Italy from the Midwest of the United States, I wanted a place that was charming, but that also had the amenities I’d need and wouldn’t put a strain on my finances. Luckily for me, Monza ticked all the boxes.

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The Culture Trip

Milan's Duomo | A Timeline of Culture

Standing guard over Milan for more than 600 years, the Duomo has been a constant witness to the history of the city.

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Book Review: Revisiting The Goldfinch

In The Goldfinch, Tartt teaches us that good art makes us feel, but great art shows us that we’re not alone.

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walksofitaly.com

How to Drink Like An Italian

From wine to beer, aperitivo to digestive, here's how to drink like an Italian....

Verge magazine article
vergemagazine.com

Insider Tips from a TEFL Veteran

Think that teaching English is a quick ticket to long-term travels? While it is a great way to explore other countries, it’s not quite that easy.

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matadornetwork

You know you’re becoming Italian when…

Sometimes living abroad can give you new habits...

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journalismfestival.com

What can a journalist learn from Harper Reed? | International ...

Journalists have a lot to learn from self-defined hacker and coder Harper Reed, beyond just how to grow a similarly impressive beard.

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The Culture Trip

Creating the World’s Most Beautiful Staircase

The Escadaria Selarón, 125 metres of steps covered in bright tile by Selarón, is a product of sheer determination and a source of inspiration for its neighbourhood.