Rebecca has worked as a freelance writer for 7 years and specializes in history, travel, cities, and culture. She has been published in places like Travel+Leisure, New York magazine, Martha Stewart Living, Smithsonian.com, the Boston Globe, and the Washington Post.
For businesses, she is skilled at turning complex ideas into readable prose. She blogs regularly for Ancestry.com and the apartment rental site HotPads, which has familiarized her with SEO and sharable content. She has also written case studies and internal communications copy for Ogilvy & Mather and MossWarner.
Having written many articles for general-interest publications, Rebecca knows how to hook a reader and make stories relevant. With years of travel-writing experience, she know how to sell places--whether hotels, cities, or real-estate listings--finding the details that will entice readers. For travel articles she has explored places like ancient mosques in Delhi, Dutch vestiges in Queens, remote churches in Peru, and hidden gardens in London.
Rebecca is especially interested in exploring cities and bringing history to the general public. She has a master's degree in urban history and have studied city planning in 19th century London, Paris, and New York.
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