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Neighborhood and Town Guides

I led the production of neighborhood, town, and city guides for Brown Harris Stevens, commissioning writers and photographers, gathering recommendations from real estate agents, researching areas, strategizing content, and collaborating with designers to bring these guides to life. See some examples below.

Explore Harlem

In lively and vibrant Harlem, you can expect to get to know your neighbors and discover a community that is proud of its roots and invested in its future. You’ll find pockets of quiet and serene tree-lined streets, notably in Strivers Row, Hamilton Heights, and Sugar Hill, while parts of Central Harlem serve as bustling commercial and cultural centers. Wherever you go, the community's resilient and festive spirit is palpable.

Explore Park Slope

An iconic example of "Brownstone Brooklyn," Park Slope is famous for its stately, tree-lined streets and residential feel. Residents enjoy the proximity to several major cultural institutions as well as the historic 526-acre, Olmsted and Vaux-designed Prospect Park. 

Explore Greenwich, CT

Situated in the southwestern portion of Fairfield County along Connecticut's Gold Coast, Greenwich is an idyllic town showcasing grand, colonial architecture reminiscent of America's early days.