Death Dialogues; Writer
Death Dialogues features interviews with professionals who deal with death, dying, and grieving in their work. From creatives to funeral directors to taxidermists—we talk about why and how they chose to spend their working life examining the afterlife.

Death Dialogues: Artist Lee John Phillips (link)
Death Dialogues: Comedian Sean White (link)
Death Dialogues: Intuitive Grief Coach Rachel Ricketts (link)

Crow Pie Broadsheet; Editor-in-chief & founder (PDF clips)
Crow Pie is a publication dedicated to telling stories that need a unique home. For our first issue we’re exploring death. We are looking at the inevitable through the eyes of people who work with it, profes­sions that wouldn’t exist with­out it, and recipes in­spired by it. A selection of contributor writing, artwork, and more will live here to ex­plore how we experience death by simply living every day.

Kinfolk Magazine; Editorial Assistant (PDF clips)
Delving deeply into home, work, style and culture, Kinfolk promotes quality of life and connects a global community of creative professionals from London to Tokyo. Since 2011, Kinfolk has become a leading lifestyle authority with a dynamic mix of print and online media, including a quarterly magazine sold in over 100 countries in four languages, daily posts on, bestselling books, plus international events and a gallery space in the heart of Copenhagen.

The Kinfolk HomeEditorial Assistant (PDF clips)
The Kinfolk Home takes readers inside 35 homes around the world, from the United States, Scandinavia, Japan, and beyond. Some have constructed modern urban homes from blueprints, while others nurture their home’s long history. What all of these spaces have in common is that they’ve been put together carefully, slowly, and with great intention. Featuring inviting photographs and insightful profiles, interviews, and essays, each home tour is guaranteed to inspire.

Gather Journal; Contributor (PDF clips)
Gather is a word that, at every turn, has an indelible resonance at the table. A verbal marker for each stage of the meal, from the garden to the stove to the plate. And that, is a truly fulfilling concept.

Remedy Quarterly; Contributor (PDF clips)
Founded in 2009, Remedy Quarterly is an independent food journal sharing the stories behind recipes alongside interviews with interesting and inspiring people in the food world, vintage tips & tidbits, and more. We believe that food brings people together. Everyone has a story to tell, and more often than not, food is involved. Remedy Quarterly gives people, whether professional food writers or top-notch grandmas, a place to share their stories and recipes.

Ink Global: Mabuhay Magazine; Contributor (PDF clips)
July 2016 saw the launch of a rebranded Mabuhay, the much-loved inflight magazine. The title’s upgrade includes spotlights of inspiring personalities from around the world, stories that motivate readers to explore and photo spreads that capture happenings across the Philippines’ magnificent islands. Both worldly and warm, the new Mabuhay provides loyal readers with a fresh approach.


(Link) A Glimpse Into The Ancient Practice of Water Witching, Modern Farmer

(Link) Black-owned Restaurant Month, Taste Talks

(Link) Food Book Fair 2016: Three Events You Can’t Miss, Taste Talks


(Link) The Great Mukbang Experiment, The Runcible Spoon

(Link) Magnus Nilsson & Toby Rodriguez: Fjord to Bayou, Bone & Seed

(Link) Eating Nutria: Untamed Table, Bone & Seed

(Link) Oyster Purveyor: Murder Point Oysters, Bone & Seed

(Link) Pork Purveyor: Home Place Pastures, Bone & Seed


(Link) Interview with Unapologetically Human re:death mags & small biz

(Link) Interview with CNBC re:South Korea’s Craze for ‘eating broadcasts’

(Link) Interview with Loam Magazine re:Bone & Seed by Dinner Lab

(Link) Feature in 5 Magazines That Started Out in Newsprint

(Link) Feature on Crisps Shop