Born and raised in Northern New Jersey, I've got the quick and acidic wit of a homegrown tomato and I, too, make a mean red sauce. Throughout high school and college, I joined as many writing classes as were offered. I spent four years as the opinions editor for William Paterson University of New Jersey's newspaper, The Beacon, and wrote a biweekly column called "Violently Uncomfortable." Upon leaving college, I started blogging for Mood Fabrics and was quickly promoted to copywriter and content creator. From satins so creamy you could make a milkshake out of them, to wool knits as comforting as a hot cup of tea on a cold winter's night and faux fur that could fool a fox, I've had the pleasure of writing decadent details about the world's most coveted textiles. Having written for both online and paper pamphlets, my written range matches my vocal one, as I can hit the high notes of fun and fashionable blog posts to the integral alto of SEO copy.