I’m a full time consultant (Health Informatics) and freelance writer and social media manager living in South Boston. When I’m not eating out and blogging about it, I enjoy travel, live music, and all things media and technology. Recent projects besides Urban Foodie Finds include:

Blog and Tweet Boston: Bringing bloggers and local businesses together through fun events

Boston Local Food Festival: Festival Blogger

Boston Wine Expo: Ambassador, Blogger

Taste Trekkers: Guest Blogger

My Foodie Obsession:

I’ve been obsessed with food for as long as I can remember, but it truly became a hobby and a passion when I discovered the Michelin Guide in my early twenties and set out to try every starred restaurant in the US. For several years I have planned vacations around trying the best restaurants in the country, and keeping track of my star count. I also love to explore neighborhoods like Chinatown and East Boston for the best dim sum or the most authentic tacos.

For years friends and friends of friends would ask me for advice and recommendations, and encouraged me to write a food blog. In late 2011, after countless hours drafts, pictures, and names I finally made it happen!

Blog and Tweet Boston

In addition to Urban Foodie Finds, I'm also the co-founder of Blog and Tweet Boston, a network for Boston Bloggers and Twitter personalities. We host meet ups and events at least once a month and get together for dinners, drinks, etc. informally even more often. To join visit our facebook page.

If you're a local restaurant, brand, or company and would like to host an event or partner with us please contact me via email.

Partnership Opportunities

If you would like me to review your restaurant, product or event, please send me an email. I love trying new places and things and am happy to promote upcoming openings and events if they fit within the content of my blog. I’m also available for partnerships, sponsored posts, brand ambassador opportunities, and social media work.

Get in Touch:

I love chatting with foodies and other bloggers on Facebook, Twitter, and via email, and I’m always looking for new groups, communities, and events to get involved with. I welcome all feedback, suggestions, and comments, so please don’t be shy! 


Occasionally I receive meals, samples, and entrance to events free of charge; I am under no obligation to write a positive review and as always the opinions are completely my own.

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