For 15 years, I have worked as an editor, either on staff or as a consultant or freelancer. Most recently, I worked part-time at Time Inc. (now Meredith), overseeing all editorial aspects of a few small print publications.
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In 2010, I became the first social media editor at WNYC, joining the first wave of editors in such roles.
In 2012, I was a finalist for a Deadline Club Award in Social Media, presented by the New York City Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, along with the arts journalist Carolina Miranda and the radio host Richard Hake, for our work on "Watching and Tweeting Andy Warhol's 'Empire.'" The event was hosted on Twitter by WNYC Radio and the Museum of Modern Art, which screened the eight-hour film Empire by Andy Warhol: a continuous and static shot of the Empire State Building. Miranda and I live-tweeted the screening at the museum along with a cast of guest experts in the fields of film, art, architecture, and New York history. The event garnered participation from arts enthusiasts on Twitter from around the world.