A journalist, travel writer and sometimes television host, I recently moved to London after more than four years of living in Rome. Italy remains close to my heart (and pen): I visit Italy five or six times a year, my husband is from Italy (and, of course, we got both engaged and married there!) and I write about Italy frequently for the BBC.
Today I work as the senior editor of the website BBC Future; I also write for the BBC, Globe & Mail, National Geographic Traveller, AFAR, Travel + Leisure, Outside, Powder and New York Times, among other publications. You can read some of my recent work here. I also have contributed to six different Fodor’s guidebooks on Italy, Rome and Europe.
And I’m the author of The Revealed Rome Handbook: Tips and Tricks for Rome and Beyond (currently at a 5-star average out of 85+ reviews on Amazon).
My photographs have been published in a variety of publications, including the Guardian and Globe & Mail. My film work includes creating and hosting the show Dissolving History for BBC Travel (first episode: Rome!), serving as a storyteller for a documentary on Caligula for the History Channel and hosting a travel film on Rome for MSN U.K.
Before moving to Rome, I studied history at Yale and completed a M.Phil in international relations at Cambridge. I went on to become a political reporter in Washington, D.C. for U.S. News & World Report.
If you’re looking for help planning your trip to Italy, I offer one-on-one travel consulting sessions.
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