When Emily was 12, her dad signed her up for an annual subscription to Harper's Bazaar. As she flipped through and tore out her favorite spreads and features, she discovered that she had a true love for magazines. In order to pursue this passion, Emily decided to move to the center of it all– New York City. She attended Wagner College, where she graduated in 2014 with a degree in English Literature and Journalism. While in school, Emily held internships at national publications such as Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire. After a few months of freelancing post-graduation, Emily landed a freelance beauty assistant gig at the magazine that started it all, Harper's Bazaar. After working there for seven months, she moved to Self, where she learned the true craft of seeing a print byline from start to finish. She remained the beauty assistant there for a year before deciding to go out on her own and give freelance a real shot. Since then, she's written beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness stories for publications such as The CutRacked, GreatistFashionista and so many more. 


Beyond writing...

While she's not testing out the latest beauty trends or writing about personal experiences, you can probably find her watching reruns of Shark Week, listening to Simon & Garfunkel, or eating a burger. And slowly but surely, she's determined to make her way through every book on Greenwich Village bookstore, book book's, NYC shelves. So far, her favorites include Just Kids, Kafka Was the Rage and The Mayor of MacDougal Street.