"Katie always delivers.exceeding expectations. She has made great contributions to Flavors."
"Working with Katie is wonderful. She hits deadlines with on-target copy that connects with our readers, and she does it all with a smile. Her comedic timing and thoughtful insights blend perfectly together in every article she writes."
Katie has been writing about food, wine and travel for over 10 years. Her experiences have taken her from the vineyards of Argentina to the press houses of Champagne. In between she has co-authored a travel guide to Ireland, The Everything Guide to Ireland (Adams Media), written a city guide for Atlanta (Northstar Media) and worked as a Senior Editor at The Wine Report.
To date her work has appeared in: Atlanta Magazine, Southern Living, Decanter, The Atlantan, Jezebel, Men's Book, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, The Miami Herald, Delta Sky, CHILD, Where Atlanta, Private Air, The Wine Report, Skylights, MyMidwest, Simply Buckhead, Points North, The Atlantan Bride, and Flavors.
Katie also writes for several custom publishing companies and provides writing services such as website and newsletter copy to local and national corporations. She is a contributor to the Lifestyle section of Forbes.com, writes a wine column for Simply Buckhead magazine and has served as a food and wine judge in several Atlanta area competitions. In 2008 she made her television debut as a food judge on Fox's Good Day Atlanta.
Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, she holds a bachelor's degree in art history and a master's degree in education from Vanderbilt University. Before having children she spent several years teaching the elementary and middle grades in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Katie currently lives in Atlanta with her husband and three children. When she's not writing she can usually be found weeding her vegetable garden, eating chocolate or helping someone with homework.
"Katie not only took on the cream puff assignments, she was my "go-to" writer for last-minute or difficult pieces. She also wrote our calendar section--a thankless but important job--in a professional and timely manner."