Art Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of art journalists below. We found 136 art journalists listed.

Corey M

Writer and Media Producer

Hi--I'm Corey, but I also go by CM Gorey for fun. I'm driven by my passion for writing about subjects ranging from higher ed, art, drama, travel, and music to business trends, fintech, sports, and film. As a freelance writer and editor, I've collaborated with universities, startups, art galleries, magazines, blogs, marketing agencies, book publishers, bands, and screenwriters about software, apps, luxury brands, the arts (visual, musical, drinkable), travel, and more. Though I'm from New York, after five years working out of São Paulo, Brazil, I have been living in Charlottesville, Virginia since 2016.

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Scotti Hill

Art and Culture Writer

Scotti Hill is a Salt Lake City based attorney, art critic, and curator. She serves as a regular contributor to The Deseret News and 15 Bytes: Utah’s Art Magazine and has curated exhibitions for Granary Arts, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, the Topaz Museum, and Modern West Fine Art, and worked as an Adjunct Instructor of Art History at Westminster College and the University of Utah from 2011-2015.


Alexandra Rivera

Student Journalist

My full name is Alexandra Rivera, though I prefer to go by Sasha. I am an undergraduate student at Scripps College and I intend to dual major in English and French; I also plan to go to graduate school. I began my journalistic career as a contributing writer and later an assistant editor for the Opinion section in my high school newspaper, The Bull's Eye. I have written for The Scripps Voice and I was a columnist for The Student Life; both are newspapers for my college campus. I am also the new Editor-in-Chief for the Scripps College sector of the Odyssey, an online newspaper and social content platform. Currently, I write for Pink Bubble Magazine. I can write many different types of articles and essays on a diverse range of topics, though I prefer to focus on social justice issues and pop culture. The articles below are some of my most popular, though you can read more of my work on the websites of each individual publication.

United States of America


Florence Derrick

Freelance journalist

London-based writer and editor focusing on international reporting and human interest. Previously features writer at The Wharf, Trinity Mirror; deputy editor at b.inspired by Brussels Airlines, Ink; associate editor at easyJet Traveller, Ink; and staff writer at France Media Group and Resource media. Has written for Skyscanner, Eventbrite, International Business Times, New Internationalist, n by Norwegian, BonjourParis and The Metropolist. Available for commissions: [email protected]


Melanie Wynne

Experienced Editor & Writer based in Washington, D.C.

With eight years' experience as an editor and writer focusing on travel and many aspects of human culture, I'm the right choice to tell a story, illuminate a destination, and share a message. In 2015, I moved from Los Angeles to Washington, DC, and have so far visited 60 countries. I was most recently the Travel Editor of The Points Guy, a travel/credit card site with more than 2 million monthly readers; have long managed my own popular travel blogs (Travels With Two (Wordpress) and Have Snark, Will Travel (Tumblr)); written about travel, food and more for outlets like Conde Nast Traveler, San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, Thrillist and Westways; and served as a content writer and editor for travel brands like Marriott and Viator. I'm highly organized, self-motivated and attentive to detail, as well as clear, decisive, warm, patient and comfortable with delegation. I have a strong sense of what makes a great story or compelling photo, with a firm understanding of how to attract both clicks and readers. I'm passionate about travel, social policy, history, art, architecture, gardens, food, wine and spirits, and endlessly curious about the world. I look forward to working with you.

United States of America

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Therese Reyes

writer-editor

Therese is a writer-editor with a strong background in digital media. She is currently the culture editor of VICE Asia. Previously, she was the Manila managing editor for Coconuts Media. She also contributed to Quartz, was a branded content producer for Rappler, and an associate editor for lifestyle website and zine Juice.ph. She is a graduate of The University of Hong Kong's Master of Journalism program, New York University's Summer Publishing Institute, and De La Salle University-Manila, where she earned an honorable mention for a degree in Communication Arts.


Sarah Coleman

Freelance writer/blogger

Hello! I'm S.Cole and I'm from NYC! I'm a freelance social media coordinator/graphic artist and I am also a writer and reviewer. I love to write about music, art, latest current events and sports. Basketball is my favorite sport (I'm an avid Bulls fan). Occasionally I like to write about food as well. I like to consider myself a foodie. While these are my favorite things to write about, I'm not limited to these. I can write for hours about things I find interesting! Welcome to my portfolio :)

United States of America


Ben Butler

Freelance Writer

I'm a recent English Literature graduate from the University of York. I have written for publications such as The 405, 1883 Magazine, Gigwise and The Gentleman's Journal. I am also a part of the editorial team for Public Pressure. Contact: [email protected]

United Kingdom

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Michelle Wruck

philosopher, writer, photographer

I'm a graduate student studying the history of ontological thought in both Eastern and Western traditions. I'm intrigued by images, fashion, sustainable practices, journalism, metaphysical debates, and birds.


Michelle McLean

Content Writer/Editor/Marketer

Creative with a pen and fierce with a lance, this laid-back artist is fond of many activities the world has to offer: snowboarding, cooking, hiking, sketching, and of course, gaming! Armed with her trusty feline companion, she often sets out in search of adventure, always willing to try new experiences. In regards to gaming, it's best not to strike up a conversation about anything Final Fantasy (especially XIV) with her, lest you look forward to your ear literally talked off; that's not to say she hates other games--in fact, she highly enjoys many JRPGs, shooters, action titles, adventure titles, extreme sports, racing... let's just say all genres but RTS and a ton of sims. She's also known to lose herself unintentionally in virtual space or in forests.