I am a freelance editor and writer currently living the dream with the love of my life.
After graduating from Marist College in 2010 with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communications, I joined Patch.com as a freelance sports writer and began writing fantasy football advice for Bruno Boys Fantasy Football. After a few months driving all around Long Island covering high school sporting events with Patch, I caught the attention of management and joined Patch full time.
Writing and sports have always been my two passions, and I am grateful every day that I have turned these into a career. I am almost always writing or thinking about what to write next.
After moving from my hometown of Miller Place, I spent a year in Brooklyn, which opened up whole new world to me. I had the pleasure of meeting and writing about so many amazing people during my time with Patch both on Long Island and in Brooklyn.
I will always appreciate having the privilege of covering major news events such as Hurricane Sandy, the 2013 blizzard on Long Island, Tropical Storm Irene and the NYC mayoral race, among others, and am looking forward to covering many more.
I am currently an Editorial Producer with MLB.com, and my freelance writing has been published in the 2014 USA Today Fantasy Football Magazine and other USA Today publications, and also on CBSLocal.com, USAToday.com, MLB.com, BrunoBoys.net, Fansided.com, KFFL.com, RantSports.com, Examiner.com and a number of other blogs and publications.
I am also a trumpet player, creative writer, social media manager and avid sports fan.
You could say my biggest love of all is sports. I can talk sports — all sports — with anyone and have a blast doing it. I grew up a diehard Yankees, Jets, Knicks and Islanders fan and watch and analyze as many games as I can … win or lose.
Please feel free to contact at any time. I hope you enjoy my work and also my blog, which I hope to update with random musings from time to time.