Every year my cousin Ava and I go on a self-guided chocolate tour of Boston’s Back Bay. It’s an easy way to hit all the major sites, and chocolate shops, that the historic neighborhood has to offer. It makes for a delicious few hours, and you can go home with goodies! Stop One: Beacon Hill…Read More
From left to right: 1) Sneak preview of my latest shoot with Rebecca Gatto. 2) The unglamorous side of journalism is when I camp out in cafes filing copy for days at a time. 3) WillowTree Farms sent me this adorable personalized pie. Stay tuned to see how I prepare it. 4) Turns out tea cocktails…Read More
From left to right: 1) Embracing fall in full force, even if the weather won’t. 2) Sunday funday for the nihilist. 3) Last weekend I moderated a panel at the National Center for Afro-American Artists. 4) In the studio. 5) Enjoying Boston’s public art scene. 6) Always reporting.
From left to right: 1) Weighing in on an important bagel war. 2) Public mural in Montreal. 3) Coordinating my outfits to my art. 4) Robert Indiana needs to relax. 5) Even the alleys in Montreal are pretty. 6) In my happy place.
From left to right: 1) Quiet coffee shop moments. 2) I wish I couldn’t stayed beachside at the Spring Point Ledge Light forever. 3) When your wardrobe matches your art. 4) Celebrating National Lobster Day. 5) Books and boss ladies. 6) A sneak peak of my Portland, Maine trip with Greyhound.
From left to right: 1) Yes, I do get this excited about every issue of The Bay State Banner. 2) Is it really Sunday if you don’t eat pancakes all day? 3) My favorite new piece by my grandfather. I love how it says “lady power!” 4) Missing the vintage facades of Reykjavik. 5) A little wine on a rainy…Read More