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Anne started Prêt à Voyager as a daily creative outlet to articulate and record ideas, inspiration and travel trends. Her presence in the online community has lead to great opportunities and encounters and a deep understanding of both online and print worlds.

Her writing has appeared in print in Anthology's Going Global issue with Postcards from Paris celebrating Paris-based British chef Rachel Khoo and the [then] completion of the manuscript for her latest book, The Little Paris Kitchen (Anne also made a cameo in episode 6 of her BBC show!), and a second article. 'Bright Ideas" looking at the colorful home of Fifi Mandirac, just outside of Paris. In Sept 2012 her piece "Passive Progressive" about an energy efficient home in Bessancourt, France appeared in both the print and online editions of Dwell. Fall 2012 Anne has articles in EasyJet magazine, Kinfolk (forthcoming) and Average (forthcoming). Additionally, Anne has experience producing events/stories, and has worked as an assistant to a stylist on shoots. She also writes bespoke travel guides through Fortnighter.

In the blogosphere, Anne joined Design*Sponge team as their first intern in January 2008, quickly jumping into the role of contributing editor. Over the years she's run hundreds (400+ and counting) of home tours around the world, in the highly popular "sneak peek" column. She's authored the Paris and Baltimore (with Felice Cleveland) guides for the site, created the "regional roundup" series looking at up-and-coming designers in less likely places, and run interviews with the creators of Handmade Nation, Coralie Bickford-Smith (who is responsible for the beautiful Penguin Classics covers), gone behind the scenes of Mad Men with Adam Rowe, and cooked up a video project with David Lebovitz.

She's explored Paris through Paris in 2,000 Images, a "making of" interview with Luke Shepard, creator of "Le Flaneur" for National Geographic Intelligent Traveler. More of her Paris writings can be found on Prêt à Voyager which has grown to be an extensive resource for both visiting and living in Paris. Additional series on the subject include {Un}Glamorous Paris (a look at the less than perfect sides of Paris), French Lessons (illustrated language lessons with a touch of humor), Paris travel tips, and her long running series looking at the creative ways people travel, Boarding Pass.