In the summer of 1982, renowned artist Agnes Denes, planted a wheat field at the foot of the former Twin Towers in lower Manhattan. This haunting and ephemeral artwork was a meditation on the tension between man and nature, and provides the central focus for my new novel, THE FOOD INSPECTOR.
I’ve recently completed, THE FOOD INSPECTOR, a literary novel that takes place in the near future and explores questions about human behavior in the time of climate change
I am the author of Spent: Memoirs of a Shopping Addict (Little, Brown 2010). My memoir explores the way shopping has impacted our lives in the past three decades. In our late capitalistic times, how and why we shop has become more relevant than ever. What will the future of shopping be? That’s one question I’m poised to explore.
As a freelance journalist I’ve specialized in the area of fashion, art and particularly photography, and was a contributing essayist to the fashion photography book series, Fashion Images de Mode.
Media appearances include: NBC’s Today Show, New York’s LX Television with Joan Rivers, AOL’s Wallet Pop, Australia’s Today Tonight, and Jacques Peretti’s BBC Two series: The Man Who Made Us Spend.
Both fiction and non-fiction projects are currently in progress, including a new novel that asks the question, “What happens when #metoo goes too far?”
I can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org