Ever since adolescence, AME has been cooking up a storm.
When AME returned to writing and creating digital content, some of her earliest work grew from her regular stint as a food writer for a small town newsblog, where she shared her simplest and best recipes and explored new-to-her ingredients, techniques, and economic and sustainability concerns.
When AME moved back to her hometown after twenty years, it was the city’s embarrassment of foodie riches that delighted her most as she explored the city anew. She developed content and managed social media for Le Bon Vivant in Cincinnati, where she grew authentic social participation and increased the shop’s organic Facebook reach by 500%, using recipes and photography to promote inventory and drive traffic.
AME also contributed to Slow Food Cincinnati as a member of the Board of Directors and a social media manager, for which she managed the SFC Instagram feed and grew authentic engagement by 1500% in the first six months.
Once in Pittsburgh, AME contributed to Full Access Pittsburgh, where sometimes she wrote about her favorite PGH foods. After working with the the Pittsburgh Juice Company as their in-house social media curator, she joined its new concept, Heirloom Superfood Market, as a co-founder and Creative Director. It opened June 2018 and closed a year later, a valuable experience nevertheless.
Get in touch with AME to talk home cooking, unit value, and food justice. (If it’s over coffee or kombucha, so much the better.)
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