A little bit about my journey…

I’m made up of a few simple things. A love of music, a desire to use my drive and determination to change the industry, and a seriously unstoppable sweet tooth.

After catching Providence, RI hometown heroes The Coming Weak as the 1471075_10151983086086251_1162214796_nopeners for Anberlin one fateful March night in 2009, I launched myself into the music industry with nothing more than inspiration and admiration for the people who’d come before me. Wide eyed and only 21 years old, I felt nothing but excitement as I began my journey into the music industry.

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Client hangs w/ Home Above (Austin, TX)

Nearly 7 years, hundreds of interviews, features, and photographs later, and Infectious has blossomed into a booming blog dedicated to bringing readers the news and features they desire from the pop-punk, rock, metal, folk, singer-songwriter, and indie communities. With a taste for helping musicians, I launched public relations company Muddy Paw PR in 2013.

A company that prides itself on personalized campaigns and honest, innovative approaches, Muddy Paw has been home to artists such as Nominee, Diana DeMuth (The X-Factor), Crossword, Katie Garibaldi, Great Highway, the international music industry organization Balanced Breakfast, and many others.

532273_10202355238860638_2568487328134455243_nWhen I’m not following my heart within the industry, you can find me hanging out with my border collie/munsterlander pup, Sawyer, trying a new rooibos tea and baked good at a cafe,¬†or traveling in the pursuit of all things beautiful.

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