I started covering the automotive industry while attending George Mason University. Since then, my work has been featured on Autoblog, Autoweek, Digital Trends, Carfax, CarsDirect, U.S. News & World Report and more. I have a soft spot for convertibles and wagons, especially those that can fit all of my pit bull's belongings. Beyond covering cars, I enjoy trying local beer, finding new places to eat and watching movies. I currently reside in Baltimore and am a member of the Washington Automotive Press Association.
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