In 2016 I moved to Tel Aviv, where I rented a small loft in Yafo and I spent the next six months eating, drinking, dancing and culture crawling my way across the city. I also explored a good chunk of Israel and traveled to Jordan and Oman.
Tel Aviv. What can I say? In my opinion it is the most exciting city in the Middle East and, quite possibly, in the Mediterranean. I wrote a number of articles from my adventures there.
Click below to browse a small selection of published pieces.
In 2007 I moved from the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles, where I had lived for almost a decade, to a walkable, eco-friendly city in western Canada. I'm not gonna lie: it was hard at first. In fact, for a long time I disliked everything about Vancouver: the size, the weather, the lack of a good taco joint. But with time, I saw the city change and grow, and as it did, it started to grow on me.
British Columbia's largest city consistently ranks near the top of lists of the world's best cities. But unlike other places that often make the cut (Melbourne, Munich), the City of Glass has not often been accused of having its finger on the pulse of cool—until now.
A collection of articles about Vancouver and elsewhere in Canada.
I was born in Buenos Aires, a mesmerizing city that fuses politics, history, culture and what is maybe the wildest nightlife on earth. I return often to visit family, to marvel at the gothic and renaissance architecture that lines the cobblestone streets, to shop at antique markets, and sip espressos with porteño friends. I never tire of Buenos Aires and discover something new on every visit. I've written about the city's cafe culture, its art scene, architecture, and about Argentine wines. I've also penned a design book, Buenos Aires Style, for Taschen.