About Me

I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where my father was a dentist and my mother an accountant. My parents wanted to move to the U.S. to provide a better future for their children. When I was 12, my father received a professional visa and we moved to Boston.

I had been studying English at the Instituto Cultural Ingles in Buenos Aires for nearly seven years so by the time we arrived in the U.S. I spoke the language fluently.

Over the years, I developed a love for words and became known for having a flair for writing.

After graduating from U-Mass in Amherst,  I worked full time as a writer for several organizations and corporations. A few years later, I decided  to start my own business and become a freelance writer.

Over the past 25 years my freelance career has thrived because of my talent in using words to create rich images, convey complex ideas and clarify  technical information.

I have written features for the Washington Post, Discovery.com and other publications on consumer interests, psychology and local color as well as launched two columns on humor. I have also written independent trade newsletters on the transportation, energy and corporate relocation industries.

My skills include the following:

  • Translating technical information for consumer audiences
  • Researching extensively on technical and consumer topics
  • Interviewing experts on complex subjects
  • Writing  conference reports
  • Developing ideas for marketing campaigns
  • Generating ideas for newsletter stories
  • Co-authoring books.