A couple years after its initial launch, it was time to give the Go Ahead Tour Companion app a new look and sneak in some copy updates while we were at it.
When I joined Go Ahead in 2012, one of my first tasks was revamping the company blog.
I traveled to Africa with Go Ahead and shared my story and photos in the January 2016 catalog.
Researched and wrote for a graphic celebrating the festival in Munich.
When Go Ahead launched a special portfolio of tours, we were tasked with creating a launch campaign that would make a splash.
For this issue, we went back to the drawing board to reprioritize the different elements of the brand.
We made Go Ahead tour content easily adaptable and editable across all mediums, while adding even more detail and clarity for the reader.
Each year, Go Ahead creates a wall calendar as a gift to our World Traveler Club members. Inspired by EF's 50th anniversary, we chose the theme of celebration for 2015.
I was tapped as a local expert for an advertorial feature in Time Out London's "Born in the U.S.A." issue.
Travel trend forecasting for 2014 with a graphic treatment.
Rounded up the city's best eats for the latest refresh of timeoutboston.com
Created an email to highlight various tours to Italy in an editorial, non-promotional fashion.
Worked with Brand Hack to create an identity and one-page website for otolaryngologist Avner Aliphas.
A 3-spread takeover of the Boston Metro travel section.
I worked with Pretty Instant to help map out the concept of what became their interactive product.
My work at Rue La La included leading a team of copywriters, developing and updating the Rue Local style guide, and copywriting support on marketing assets.
Whitepaper on social media user engagement written with Ryan Weaver for social media marketing software provider Awareness Inc.
Reporting on openings, closings and more.
Time Out Boston was thrilled to be named as the primary media sponsors of the 2010 Boston Music Awards, a yearly event that had been making big waves.
I worked with Time Out International to update the Boston edition of their guidebook. This piece on Central Square in Cambridge was later published online as well.
Coverage of the MFA's new wing.