how it all started.
While I'm not entirely sure what my first word was — because hey, I was a baby — I can confirm that I have always been inquisitive and chatty. Despite this, I wasn’t alway outgoing. While attending Hampshire College, my academic advisor of 4 years deemed me the quietest talkative person he'd ever met. I've come out of my shell quite a bit in the years since graduating and this due, is in large part, to a career in publicity.
My time at William Morrow (an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers) not only allowed me to work with an array of incredible authors and hone my professional skills, but it also encouraged me to be more outspoken and grew my love of storytelling.
Leaving a career that I loved wasn’t easy but it lead me to start Little Lion Communications, an agency that works with a slew of businesses, brands, and individuals on an array of marketing, pr, and photography projects. To all of my past, present, and future clients, I am so thankful for the opportunity to work together!
here are some personal factoids that you might want to know as you consider working with little lion communications:
My favorite scents are citronella, gasoline, and leather
I've never met a mushroom I didn't like
I read ... a lot ...
If you let me, I will put sriracha on everything and cut the tags out of all of my clothes (sorry mom!)
I have an unshakable love for Mel Brooks
Growing up, I always wanted to be Bobbi Brown
A sampling of my marketing and photography work includes: Virgin Pulse, Tom’s BaoBao, St. Germain Studio, AJ Banner, Dprcas International Institute of Rhode Island, Embodied Wellness, Rasa/Rasoi/Kabob & Curry, Karin Green lifecoach, Rebelle Bagels, Warwick Neck Garden Club, Cyclebar Providence, Hope Street Merchants Association, Evolve Apothecary & Spa, Suite Tart, Reading With Robin, Friends of Justine Caldwell, Friends of Bridget Valverde, Marianna Mae Designs.
A sampling of my past author publicity campaigns includes: Two Turns From Zero by Stacey Griffith, Aim True by Kathryn Budig, Yes Please by Amy Poehler, The Pioneer Woman by Ree Drummond, The Precious One by Marisa de los Santos, Girl in a Band by Kim Gordon, Hush Hush by Laura Lippman, Sex With Shakespeare by Jillian Keenan, Glop by Gabby Moss, Set the Boy Free by Johnny Marr, Emily Post's Etiquette: 19th Edition by Lizzie Post and Daniel Post Senning, Notes on a Banana by David Leite, Celebrate Everything by Darcy Miller, Shock and Awe by Simon Reynolds, Tippi by Tippi Hedren, V Street by Rich Landau, Love Wins by Jim Obergefell, and 10% Happier by Dan Harris.