I represent exceptional and award-winning international talent and content across Page, Stage and Screen, leveraging a formidable folio of contacts, across all aspects of content development and marketing, established through two decades in the media, publishing and film industries in New York, London and Los Angeles.
My affinity is for style and substance: compelling character and pivotal-event PoV-driven narrative non-fiction and literary and commercial fiction which immerses and intelligently entertains as it edifies. I engage with a bespoke approach toward a dynamic, global marketplace, in order to matchmake authors with the best-suited editors and publishing imprints and producers for their unique projects and voices, to nurture and harvest longterm and lucrative life-cycles of creative and commercial success.
I have particular expertise in #wine, as the editor of the award-winning title 'Reds, Whites & Varsity Blues: 60 Years of the Oxford & Cambridge Blind Wine-tasting Competition' (Pavilion), launched at Bonhams, Westminster Abbey and Maggs Bros and featured at the President's Reception for Stephen Fry at Hay Festival 2014.
I attended Oxford University (MBA) and am the founder of the Oxford Business Alumni Wine Circle and a member of the Oxford and Cambridge Alumni Wine Society. Before debuting as a 'soloist', I worked in editorial under Tina Brown and company, and directed digital ventures with the BBC and Hearst, among others.
I am currently based near Princeton, NJ (accessible to both New York and Philadelphia), with regular stints in New Hampshire and the Finger Lakes, and London.