The 50 Wildest, Most Torturous Shoes of All Time
The 50 Wildest, Most Torturous Shoes of All Time

Researched and wrote about the more nefarious side of high heels throughout history. Originally written for The Cut, New York magazine's fashion site, the fashion history slide show has received more than 11k shares to date. 

Read it here.

Kitty in Zeros & Ones
Kitty in Zeros & Ones

A feature examining the rise and fall of the "Sad Girl Tumblr Aesthetic." After an interview revealed her undramatic attitude, I positioned Kitty as a figurehead for a new generation of less somber female internet celebrities. 

Read it here

No G Train? No Problem: Why You Don't Need to Leave Greenpoint
No G Train? No Problem: Why You Don't Need to Leave Greenpoint

In anticipation of long-term construction and closures along Brooklyn's only crosstown subway line, Brokelyn ran this neighborhood roundup of the afflicted Greenpoint area. 

Read it here.

Freelancer Fashion
Freelancer Fashion

Interview series using the notoriously schlubby garb that is freelancer work clothes as a way to poke fun at tired tropes in fashion blogging on office attire. 

Read it here.

Debt by Baked
Debt by Baked

Review of the Brooklyn-based Baked's full-length debut and first release after a tragic accident caused them to shutter the venue/recording space they called home.  

Read it here

How Many Facebook Friends Does It Take to Make A Buzz Band?
How Many Facebook Friends Does It Take to Make A Buzz Band?

Internet persona David Welles fronts the Brooklyn cyberpunk band ONWE. In this interview, Welles revealed the lofty pontification behind his conspicuous friend-adding spree in the summer of 2014.  

Read it here.

The 50 Wildest, Most Torturous Shoes of All Time
Kitty in Zeros & Ones
No G Train? No Problem: Why You Don't Need to Leave Greenpoint
Freelancer Fashion
Debt by Baked
How Many Facebook Friends Does It Take to Make A Buzz Band?
The 50 Wildest, Most Torturous Shoes of All Time

Researched and wrote about the more nefarious side of high heels throughout history. Originally written for The Cut, New York magazine's fashion site, the fashion history slide show has received more than 11k shares to date. 

Read it here.

Kitty in Zeros & Ones

A feature examining the rise and fall of the "Sad Girl Tumblr Aesthetic." After an interview revealed her undramatic attitude, I positioned Kitty as a figurehead for a new generation of less somber female internet celebrities. 

Read it here

No G Train? No Problem: Why You Don't Need to Leave Greenpoint

In anticipation of long-term construction and closures along Brooklyn's only crosstown subway line, Brokelyn ran this neighborhood roundup of the afflicted Greenpoint area. 

Read it here.

Freelancer Fashion

Interview series using the notoriously schlubby garb that is freelancer work clothes as a way to poke fun at tired tropes in fashion blogging on office attire. 

Read it here.

Debt by Baked

Review of the Brooklyn-based Baked's full-length debut and first release after a tragic accident caused them to shutter the venue/recording space they called home.  

Read it here

How Many Facebook Friends Does It Take to Make A Buzz Band?

Internet persona David Welles fronts the Brooklyn cyberpunk band ONWE. In this interview, Welles revealed the lofty pontification behind his conspicuous friend-adding spree in the summer of 2014.  

Read it here.

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