My passion for Italy started at a young age when I went to Rome and Malta for my brother’s international soccer tournament. I was fortunate enough to visit the country once more in high school on a foreign language trip and again while studying abroad in college.
After graduating from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, I moved to New York where I worked in marketing for luxury consumer goods. Three years later I relocated to Boston where I worked in experiential marketing at a digital media company.
I have never been one to back down from a challenge or shy away from adventure, so when the opportunity to become an Italy Specialist was made available, I was eager to accept, what was for me, a dream job.
In my free time, I enjoy all things Italian, eating my way through Boston’s many restaurants and hitting the ski slopes whenever possible.
The hotels were amazing, the professional private drivers and tour guides made getting around on the narrow roads of the Amalfi Coast a breeze.
Such a special trip, from the breathtaking views of Positano, to the ancient ruins of Pompeii, to the wine of Campania. Taylor crafted an itinerary that touched on all of the beautiful local sites of Southern Italy. The hotels were amazing, the professional private drivers and tour guides made getting around on the narrow roads of the Amalfi Coast a breeze. The private Italian cooking lesson at Casa Laura was a highlight, we felt we have made a Friend for life. It was all so seamlessly planned by Taylor, we thank you and Audley for making this trip one that we will always cherish.
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While in Italy with Audley I was lucky enough to experience local culture through a cooking class at Casa Laura near Sorrento. It was an unforgettable experience and a meal to forever be craved. Laura learned to cook under Gualtiero Marchesi, the first Italian chef to earn three Michelin stars, and passes on her passion and skills teaching you how to cook using the freshest ingredients, all while making you feel welcome in her own home. We became fast friends and while in Milan two weeks later I was lucky enough to meet up with her for dinner.