- Puerto Rico,
- Adventure Travel,
- City Travel
Native New Yorker, photographer, distance runner and adventurer. I've worked and traveled in 50+ countries and counting. Love experiencing the world through food, culture, art and conversations.
Newark if I can help it, LGA and JFK if I have to.
My travel style
When it comes to travel, I'm a maximalist. I always prioritize a good view over extra luxuries and I try to experience as much local culture and cuisine as possible. I'm a major proponent of road trips in foreign countries and love exploring a new place by running, biking or walking – which usually helps burn off the many, many calories. I've spent the last year doing the digital nomad lifestyle in ten different locations, and have no plans of slowing down. I can go from the beach to the mountains to the city to dinner to dancing – all in a day's work.
O:live Boutique Hotel
A unique hotel of relaxed luxury and laid-back intimacy located by the natural reserve of the Condado lagoon.
Complimentary bottle of wine in room.
Complimentary welcome drink at bar.
Upgrade & guaranteed late check-out.
The Setai Miami Beach
A beloved beachfront stay in prime South Beach, split between a stunning Art Deco building and modern glass tower.
Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Daily Buffet or a la carte breakfast for two guests per bedroom, in Jaya Restaurant
$100 USD equivalent Food & Beverage credit to be utilized during stay
The Marlton Hotel
Trendy hotel in a 1900s building with stylish, compact rooms.
Recently returned from:
Biking, running and eating my way through Italy.
Surfing, yoga, and remote work retreat on Costa Rica's Pacific Coast.
Hopping around cafes and eating tacos in Mexico City.
Working, beach-ing it, eating, partying and sleeping in Tel Aviv.
Hiking in Patagonia and a week to recover sipping Malbec in Mendoza.
Funky natural wine adventure through the Slovenian mountains.
Surf, eat, sleep and repeat in Bali.
One thing I can't travel without...
Camera and coffee.
Two truths, one lie:
I spent five days hiking through the Colombian jungle and met friendly guerillas who let me hold their rifles.
I got into a high speed moped chase in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
I ate way too much pizza before going skydiving in Türkiye, and paid the price.
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