I was born to be a storyteller.
I had the value of stories instilled in me from a very young age, thanks to my mother (hi, Mom!).
I started writing novels for fun just as soon as I learned how to type. My passion for writing, creating, and communicating is something I've carried with me ever since.
In high school, I began writing and shooting short videos, which led me to volunteer at my local TV station. At just 17 years old, I became the host and producer of a teen cooking show called Order's Up, which ran for two seasons in Peel Region, just west of Toronto. I allowed my new love for this medium to influence my college major: Broadcast Television & Videography at Humber College.
After graduating, I accidentally found my way into the marketing industry. I honed my creativity through social media, communications, and content strategy. Now, with four years of practical experience and firsthand knowledge of what works and what doesn't, I'm offering my skills to small- and medium-sized businesses who want to be able to compete with the big guys.
Fun facts about me:
I took video production classes through high school and won multiple awards through my school.
I'm certified to teach English as a foreign language. In 2015, I spent two weeks teaching English to children in a slum in Jaipur, India. I also took a three-month contract at a language academy in Merida, Venezuela in 2016.
In early 2019, I moved to Scotland for two years to use it as a base for exploring more of Europe. I've been to 11 European countries and counting.
I love to travel - can you tell? I've visited 19 countries on four continents.
I speak English, Italian, and a little bit of Spanish.