In addition to running Legal Nomads, I frequently speak about social media strategy, curation and career transitions. I also work as a consultant in social media and authenticity in branding, helping brands maximize effective storytelling, engagement and communication with their consumers. For more information, please see my consulting page, my public speaking page or email me directly.
In late 2012, I published my first book, The Food Traveler’s Handbook: How to Find Cheap, Safe & Delicious Food Anywhere in the World, an ode to roaming the world in search of good food. Using the book as a guide, you will learn how to eat safely in developing countries, source cheap but delicious streetside meals and discover how to make food a tool for understanding worldwide. I also run casual, small-group food tours for travelers who want to learn about a destination’s culinary history (and eat great meals).
Chronicling my years of roaming the world and learning through food, Legal Nomads houses all of my travel misadventures, street eats stories and photoessays from the road. The site began as a way to keep family and friends updated about my travels but has since become a platform for my freelance work and photography, with an engaged community of smart, interesting readers.