In 2008, I began my professional writing career with a freelance gig at Walletpop, a personal-finance site. Since then, I've written on topics ranging from food to film to finance for a wide array of sites. My work has been picked up by dozens of sites, including The Atlantic, The Week, The New York Times, CNN, and MSN. Today, I mainly write for Daily Finance, an online finance/business news site.
I have also done a great deal of internet video. Two of my most notable series were "Watson's Whiteboard," which tried to have fun with economics (seriously, it's possible), and "As Seen on TV," a product review series in which I got burly guys to paint their fingernails and my skittish cat to tear me to pieces.
In print, I recently published a short story in "Primal Picnics," an anthology of food legends. My work has also appeared in "Time Out New York," "A Cafe in Space," "The Journal of Speculative Philosophy," and other publications. One of my pieces, "Zombies Versus Vampires: Battle of the Recession Monsters," was adapted by Wired magazine, and I am a regular contributor to Food Republic, Noodle Education, and Today's Boomer magazine.