When did you start working at TSG?
Where are you from?
What do you do at TSG HQ?
I work on the creative side of the editorial team, handle strategic and design decisions for the website, and make sure all of our online platforms are functioning and looking good throughout the 60-city TSG network.
How did you arrive at TSG?
After the magazine I worked at closed, I interviewed at TSG for a design position, which quickly morphed into a more digitally-focused role.
What’s on your desk?
Coffee, 3 notebooks, a frog-shaped USB drive that I inherited from Danielle, and a massive computer monitor decorated with post-its from Christy Ford’s children on the front and photos of TSG HQ dogs on the back that Emily, our Editorial Director, gets to look at every day.
Words to live by?
I plead the fifth.
Favorite vacation destination?
Vietnam, Italy, Wyoming, and Big Sur, in no particular order.
Personal theme song?
“Damn it Feels Good to Be a Gangsta” by Geto Boys.
What’s in your bag?
Herbal allergy medicine, a blanket scarf, chocolate coconut Clif bars…but usually not my cell phone or wallet, unfortunately!
Best part about working at TSG?
Twinning! But really. Twinning. And also being part of the editorial team, whose job it is to inspire and and tell stories about the people and businesses in TSG network.
What’s your TSG obsession?
Patricia Finds in Pinehurst has a beautifully curated collection. I love their clothes, and one of my favorite TSG purchases was a pair of grey Moroccan babouches that I discovered while working on our 2015 gift guide.
“That’s so TSG”:
I would paint the rooms in my house a different color and rearrange the furniture every weekend if my husband would let me.