I’ve been in love with books, writing, and houses for as long as I can remember. Growing up in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, I was surrounded by charming architecture and simplistic interiors, from the Moravian buildings peppering downtown Bethlehem to the stone farmhouses and quaint villages dotting Bucks County.
I developed a passion for architecture and interior decorating at an early age, appreciating the history of these old buildings and the stories they told about the people who lived in them. Since moving to New England, I’ve had the pleasure of exploring many more houses with even more storied pasts—from the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill and the shores of Newport to the narrow walkways of Salem and the rocky cliffs of Maine.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Writing from the University of Pittsburgh and a certificate in Residential Interiors from the Boston Architectural College. I live near Boston, MA in an historic enclave of homes that were at one time part of the same family farm.