Before I was an anti-diet dietitian, I was a recipe developer and food journalist. (And before that, I went to culinary school and worked as a line cook in New York City.) Now, I split my time between media work and my eating disorder private practice. I’m not interested in promoting dieting or weight loss, but I’m passionate about being a part of the larger conversation on food, health, and inclusivity. Ultimately, my goal is to show people that food can (and should!) be joyful and stress-free, and that all bodies are good bodies.
I contribute to dozens of national outlets, including SELF, HuffPost, EatingWell, The Kitchn, and Food Network. I write a regular column about non-diet nutrition for Outside, and I develop recipes for brands like Kroger and Good Neighbor Pharmacy.
I’ve been a guest on local and national TV shows, including Good Morning America, Meredith, and NY1. In the segments, I talk about things like cooking Thanksgiving dinner in a bucket (go ahead, ask me about it), hosting New Year’s for Under $75, and finding the best lobster roll in New York City — not your average dietitian reel, but I stand by it all!
★ Spokesperson work and brand representation
★ Media appearances and community events
★ Recipe development
★ Speaking engagements and webinars
★ Editorial writing and editing
★ Content creation for blogs, newsletters, and other marketing materials
★ Social media campaigns
Rates are available upon request. If you’re interested in working together, reach out via email: email@example.com
If you’re a journalist looking for an expert source on non-diet nutrition, eating disorders, or cooking I’m always happy to help! Reach me through the email address above.
The Dangerous Lie of the Perfect Running Weight (Runner’s World Jan 2022)
You Can’t Actually Be Addicted to Sugar (Outside)
What a Day of Eating on a SNAP Budget Looks Like (Eating Well)
ORIGINAL RECIPE GUIDES
Images by Andrew Purcell, Courtesy of SELF Magazine
6 High-Protein Smoothies That Don’t Taste Like Chalk (Silver Sneakers)