I grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and am a Penn State graduate. After graduation, I was on the media team at an agency in my hometown and now work on the display side at Booyah. My first time visiting Denver was when I flew out for my interview. As a lifelong Pennsylvania resident, it was exactly the change I was craving. Growing up with grandparents who emigrated from Italy, I’d be cool with eating nothing but pasta for the rest of my life. Aside from cooking, I enjoy yoga, biking, and hiking.
Favorite thing to do in Denver?
Two words: Red. Rocks.
Best Denver restaurant / watering hole?
Corridor 44. It’s a champagne bar, need I say more?
What are you listening to right now?
John Mulaney on Spotify. I have his stand-up specials memorized.
It’s Saturday at 2 pm…what are you doing?
Brunching and/or enjoying the outdoors. (Rooftop bars are the best of both worlds!)
If you were handed a roundtrip ticket, where would you go?
I would fly anywhere in Europe. It’s so easy to travel between countries and I’d want to explore as many as possible.
Website you’d most likely get busted looking at while at work?
Pin pin pinning away on Pinterest. It’s addicting.
Most unforgettable concert experience?
Standing front row at Chainsmokers close enough to touch Andrew Taggart.
Best gift you’ve ever given?
A collection of home movies with Hollywood style editing.
Best gift you’ve ever received?
Tickets for “Hot 97 Hot for the Holidays” featuring Usher.
What would your last meal be?
Clearly this topic is important enough to be highlighted in my main bio – the answer is always pasta.
Give me one more thing/fun fact:
I ate bagels with Milo Ventimiglia once.