Hello! I’m Ashley, a writer and former longtime editor at Glamour and, before that, Page Six Magazine (#RIP). In addition to those publications, my work has appeared in/on Marie Claire, Refinery29, Goodhousekeeping.com, Boston.com, The Well, The New York Post, The New York Times, Mademan.com, and various other outlets.
Recently, I spent four months reporting and writing stories on how immigrants contribute to their local communities. But I’ve covered a lot of different beats. I especially love writing news-driven features and articles, profiles, and pop culture stories. For stories, I’ve interviewed a former Navy Seal and the Department of Homeland Security to find out how to survive a mass shooting; debated the pros and cons of the rise (or, depending on how you look at it, return) of trends like thong swimsuits and naked dresses; talked to global pop star Troye Sivan about sex and identity and the struggles of the LGBTQA community; delivered a big middle finger to young marriage haters; and spent two days with a couple injured in the Boston Bombing just a few weeks shy of the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attack.
I live in Manhattan with two dogs, a cat, and my husband. You can reach me here.