Forbes: The Best Waxed Jackets For Women
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The Georgetown Voice co-producer: "Fashion Issue 2018: Surreality"
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The Dorchester Reporter: "Go inside Dorchester's first -- and only -- tattoo and body art shop"
The Dorchester Reporter: "A year later, his family keeps murdered son's memory alive"
The Dorchester Reporter: "Two hundred new citizens take oath of allegiance at JFK Library ceremony"
The Dorchester Reporter: "Bowery Bar touts its patio dining experience"
The Dorchester Reporter: "Four-legged clean-up crew set for Dot Park"
I co-host, produce and edit Stripped, a podcast, newsletter and ~state-of-being~ that explores the intersection of sex, gender and fashion. It is a celebration of all the weird and wacky things that make us unique and is a community that fosters self-love and acceptance. An unbiased review from one podcast guest concludes it is "better than The Daily," and the cohosts' mothers both agree that anything keeping their daughters this busy "can't be that bad."
With 8+ years of photography experience and an Art degree from Georgetown University, I specialize in fashion and travel photography. My images can be found on the front pages of The Dorchester Reporter, The Georgetown Voice, and on my friends' LinkedIn profiles. I won a Bunn Award for Excellence in Photojournalism in 2018 for my work on the Georgetown Voice's "Surreality" Fashion Issue, which I co-directed.
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In five semesters at Georgetown University's student-run newsmagazine The Georgetown Voice, I served as:
Photography Editor (2 semesters);
Multimedia Editor (1 semester);
Social Media Editor (1 semester);
and Assistant Manager of Accounts and Sales (2 semesters)
I co-produced (directed, styled, edited, designed, and sourced talent for) three annual Fashion Issues.
I spent 3 years as cohost of Georgetown's first and only fashion-focused podcast.
I photographed for and wrote a dozen+ articles, including many (many) movie reviews.
After growing up behind the counter of my mom's local foods store, I spent two and a half years in retail at american/holiday, a d.c. home goods store, during college. I combined that experience with one-on-one internships at kaleido, a NoVa-based vintage and conscious clothing store, which brought me to trade shows, thrift stores and pop-ups, teaching me how to buy and sell vintage clothing; at curio, a d.c.-based creative concept store that introduced me to middle eastern luxury designers and even more vintage; and waller & wood, where I assisted u.k.-based artist and designer carol waller in her studio, in her store, during photoshoots, and at London trade shows.