What is your role, in less than a tweet?
Content producer in World Nomads' North America office. Editor of the Stories section and resident bird nerd.
What are you most passionate about?
What are you least passionate about?
Where have you just been?
Ethiopia and Istanbul.
Where are you going next?
France. Maybe Lithuania?
Where must you go before you die?
Tiger safari in India.
Video camera, stills camera or pen?
Pen. I always keep a travel journal.
Favorite travel quote?
“I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list.”
13 Articles published
The Ethopian Highlands are a region of Africa unlike any other, home to golden-maned monkeys, rare wolves, and ancient, frescoed churches carved from rock.
Get the latest information on how the Thomas Cook collapse might affect your travel plans.
The Rugby World Cup is on between Sept 20 and Nov 2, in cities all over Japan. Here’s what to see and do between matches.
Find out which 10 images by our talented contributors astonished and inspired us the most this year.
Baseballs made in Costa Rica? A "glove guru" from Japan? Maybe America's pastime is more international than you think.
Shortlisted for our 2016 Passport & Plate Scholarship, Ashley shares her journey to one of the world’s biggest cooking competitions.
Argentina is tango, the Fitz Roy trek, and thundering Iguazu Falls – but it’s also penguins, Welsh villages, and volcanic deserts.
Craft brewing has taken off in a big way – and often in some very unexpected places. Here’s a list of breweries not to miss, wherever you are in the world.
From the Andes to the Amazon (and don’t forget the coast), here are Peru’s best adventures and cultural experiences.
From thundering waterfalls to Viking legends to the mesmerizing Northern Lights, Iceland is for lovers of nature and culture alike – and despite its chilly name, you won’t find friendlier people anywhere.
It’s normal to wonder if and when you should visit a place that’s recently been hit by a hurricane, earthquake, or terror attack. Here’s some advice.
Roast turkey feasts, food comas, and football marathons are all fine Thanksgiving traditions. But if you’re looking to shake things up this year, check out these alternatives.