Jennifer is a freelance journalist and fashion writer based in New York City who hopes people will see a little more beauty in the world after they’ve read her stories. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism at Emerson College (May 2016) and minored in publishing and art history.
During her two years covering fashion at Papercut magazine, Jennifer attended New York Fashion Week and interviewed over 50 designers, photographers, stylists and models from around the world.
Jennifer has written for Who What Wear, LADYGUNN, EdTech Times, Spare Change News, Elite Daily, and The Culture-ist. In college, her work was featured in several campus publications including Atlas magazine, YourMag, emMag and The Berkeley Beacon.
Born and raised in New Hampshire, Jennifer will always be a New Englander at heart (don’t mess with her maple syrup or the Patriots). When she’s not writing, she designs her own clothes and jewelry, hunts for treasures in local thrift stores and studies art and French. She loves traveling and experiencing new cultures…she’ll try almost any food once. Her favorite places so far are Nice and Aix-en-Provence, France.
“Such is beauty. Its variety is infinite, its possibility is endless.” W.E.B. Du Bois