Art Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of art journalists below. We found 139 art journalists listed.

Kai Andersen

Seasoned Multilingual Lifestyle Editor and Writer

Former editor-in-chief of Modern Luxury Hawai'i now based in San Juan, Puerto Rico Raised in Hawai'i, educated in New York and now settled in the Caribbean, I have a keen passion for lifestyle stories—arts and culture, style and fashion, design, travel, and personalities. Over the course of my media career, I've interviewed screen talents, crafted editorial on leading luxury brands from The St. Regis to Louis Vuitton, and shone a spotlight on aspiring talents and eclectic topics. (Think rare Hawaiian leis or destination Indian weddings). On the practical side, I craft smart, tightly crafted copy that speaks to sophisticated markets—all on tight deadlines. In addition to writing, I've overseen all steps of the print editorial process—including developing issue lineups; collaborating with writers, photographers and designers to create sparkling stories; top editing copy; and art directing shoots. (I even dressed a top pro surfer in a Carolina Herrera jacket for an issue cover!) Besides my native English, I am fluent in French (thanks to a graduate degree) and can now hold a decent conversation in Spanish.


Patrick Clarke

Staff Writer at The Quietus, Freelance Journalist, and Writer/Editor for hire

A 27-year-old London-based writer with Liverpudlian roots, I'm a graduate of City University's Magazine Journalism MA, staff writer at Europe's leading independent culture website The Quietus, and a freelance journalist with bylines for The Guardian, BBC, NME, N By Norwegian, Metro and DIY, among many others. I also have credits writing biographies for artists signed to labels like 4AD, Domino, PIAS and Heavenly, and am a corporate copywriter for hire. In addition, I'm more than happy to offer free advice and mentorship to any aspiring culture writers and journalists to the best of my abilities - don't hesitate to get in touch. I specialise in (although am by no means limited to) art, culture, politics and opinion. Commission me! [email protected]


Erin White

Editorial Assistant and Content Creator

I write about culture and politics through an intersectional feminist lens.

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Chris Wheeler

Faith, Art, & Fatherhood

I write stories with layers that demand investment. I specialize in writing about faith, fatherhood, the arts, and worship.

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Carla Thurmanita

English Translator and Content Writer

I listen, I read, then I write. Music and literature enthusiast- A words-worshipper.

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Melanie Heisinger

Writer & Social Media Manager

I'm a driven writer with many different hats. I enjoy writing copy for any and all types of publications, as well as topics. Writing has always been a passion of mine and is something I enjoy sharing with others. Another hat I wear is that of a Social Media Manager. I enjoy engaging audiences while navigating the nuances and complexities of what it takes to be successful. Growing the audience of any page that I manage is the number one priority. Please email me at [email protected] for any inquiries.

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Kris Vagner

Nevada Arts & Culture Reporter | Editor & Publisher of Double Scoop—Arts in Nevada

A thriving community needs the arts, and the arts need insightful, accessible discourse.

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Ana Hernández

Content Editor & Writer / Digital Marketer / Researcher / Translator

I'm a content editor, writer and digital marketer with a good understanding of SEO practices, social media and email marketing.


Rachel Waters

I've been a lot of things in life: A gothic fashion model (it's ok to laugh), a federal investigator, a cat nanny. But through it all, I've been a writer. Over the last 12 years, my work has appeared in more than 100 magazines, websites, and newspapers including The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and USA Today. Driven by boundless curiosity and impeccable research chops, I explore the intersections of identity, culture, healthcare, technology, and policy. When I'm not working, you can find me testing the latest biometric gadget, powerlifting, exploring some remote corner of the world (most recently, the Republic of Georgia), or making viral memes on Reddit that have been featured in Vice, the UK's Sun Tabloid, and Bored Panda.

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Dana DuTerroil

Author and Freelance Writer

I spent the majority of my writing career as a lawyer. Most of my writing now focuses on Houston, where I live and co-own a business, Trip Chandler, a two-woman team who creates personalized guides and tours of the city, including co-authoring 111 Places in Houston That You Must Not Miss for the 111 Places series. I'm also a freelance writer with a thing for personal essays, travel narratives, and research.