I work in Condé Nast's Special Interest Publishing Group, which is a mouthful, but it basically means we create special issues across all of the Condé brands. I have worked on everything from Vanity Fair to multi-branded to Glamour titles, with topics ranging from food to upcoming blockbusters and the Women's March. I have fact-checked, written copy, pitched successful special issue ideas (The World of Wands & Wizards and Superheroes Unleashed!) and everything in between. You can find out more about our department here.
"Talk TV to Me: 10 Television Podcasts to Add to Your Queue"
"REVIEW: 'Keep Me Posted' Is an Honest Web Series That Lacks Substance"
"Netflix Is Trolling Us with 'A Christmas Prince,' and You Can't Convince Me Otherwise"
"The Radical Empathy of 'Skam'"
I worked as a fact-checker and reporter for People StyleWatch on three special projects over the span of about nine months, including a book they produced and two bookazines. I wrote the below spread, which appeared in People StyleWatch's Get-Gorgeous Guide.
The Stylish Standout
"How I Went From Wearing My Brother's Jeans to Writing About Fashion"
"Real-Deal Career Advice Courtesy of Racked's Erika Adams"
"The Stay-Dry Style Guide: What to Wear When It's Raining"
"How the Fashion World Approaches September South of the Equator"
"Having a Moment: Adam Lippes"
"Alexander x H&M: The Review"
"BUY, TRY, WEAR: Burberry-Inspired Blanket-Ponchos, Without the Burberry Price Tag"
The Asbury Collegian
"Celebrated Catholic biographer Joseph Pearce visits Asbury"
"Editorial: Diamonds are a [warlord's] best friend"
"Editorial: Raising laziness"
"US Senate hopeful Matt Bevin lobbies for fiscal responsibility"
"Editorial: Girls just want to have fun on the cover of Vogue"
Eight Asbury students (myself included) had the opportunity the summer of 2012 to be the first journalism group from our school to report at the Olympics (that year in London). We were in England for two weeks, reporting at the Olympics for NBC affiliate LEX-18. Below are two news packages I helped produce. We won a Student Emmy for "London learns Southern phrases," which is featured below: