United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 1070 United States journalists listed.

Anna Gibertini

Freelance Copywriter and Design Journalist

Driven by a deep love for architecture and design, I wear many hats – journalist, copywriter, brand writer, and editor. My special interest lies in the future of sustainable design, particularly biomimicry, healthy materials, and biophilia. My journalistic work has been featured in respected publications like Surface, Dwell, Interior Design Magazine, The Architect's Newspaper, New York Review of Architecture, and Oculus Magazine. As a copywriter, I've worked with award-winning firms and architectural product brands to help them put their best foot forward in the industry by crafting compelling copy that resonates with the architecture and design community.


Jessica Zaccarello

Freelance Writer

Became well-versed in social media when living in LA. Since moving back to St. Louis (I grew up here) I've spent a lot of time focusing on my health, recovering from a brain injury. I most recently wrote blog posts for a non-profit, but I've always had an interest in research and psychology! Hoping to explore that area more, but in the meantime, my previous work/projects are below:


Betsy Parks

Freelance Writer, Editor, Content Manager

I write compelling content for brands, small businesses, and magazines. My work is fact checked, accurate, and delivered on time. I have extensive experience writing how-to articles and service content, especially about food and hospitality, and I have experience writing about lifestyles, weddings, and events. I have 15 years of professional writing experience, and I've worked with publications, businesses, and brands of all sizes. WHAT I DO: - Journalism - Blog posts - Web content - Social media posts - Press releases - Copywriting - Copyediting - Ghost writing - Business and marketing plan writing - Content strategy CONTACT ME TODAY: [email protected] Below are selected samples of my work


Pamela Ferdinand


I am an experienced nonfiction editor, published author, and award-winning journalist who provides editing and content writing services to English language clients worldwide. I understand the impact of words and creative problem-solving to help writers perfect their work and meet clients' needs in their authentic voice and brand. With a keen editor's eye, I pride myself on my resourcefulness and ability to translate complex issues into powerful and clear language. I appreciate deadlines, too, and I meet them. My current work involves writing and editing everything from articles and book manuscripts to speeches and blogs. I provide nonfiction book proposal and manuscript critiques as well as one-on-one consulting, copy editing, proofreading, line editing, substantive (heavy) editing, and developmental editing. My own publishing experience includes co-authoring a triple memoir — “Three Wishes: A True Story of Good Friends, Crushing Heartbreak, and Amazing Luck on Our Way to Love and Motherhood” (Little, Brown & Co.) — that was dubbed “A Tome of the Brave" by Oprah's O Magazine and published in five other countries. I draw on a decades-long journalism career to expertly handle a wide range of genres and topics and keep projects on track for my clients. As a reporter for The Washington Post, Boston Globe, and Miami Herald, I covered everything from politics, education, parenting, and plane crashes to hurricanes, hackers, and neuroscience, and I was one of 10 international journalists selected for an MIT Knight Science Journalism Fellowship. I've freelanced for NPR, The Economist, National Geographic News, Slate, This Old House, and Boston Magazine, among many others, as well as academic institutions and nonprofits including Northwestern University and Boston University. Clients have included WebMD, Aha Media Group, Curmudgeon Group, Talentfoot, Callisto Media, Book Launchers, Greenleaf Book Group, Pew Research, MIT, Northwestern University, Boston University, Weill Cornell Medicine, The Trustees (Massachusetts), and American Cancer Society, among others. Memberships include the Society of Professional Journalists, Editorial Freelancers Association, and I am represented by the Denise Shannon Literary Agency in New York City.


Erica Murphey

Education Columnist

My specialties are the education beat and hyperlocal news. I currently write for Zealousness magazine. I was a volunteer columnist for Patch.com from October twenty-twenty to June twenty twenty-one. I also wrote the Houston Community College beat for Examiner.com, and for my college newspaper The Voice. I currently reside in The Woodlands, Texas.

Michael Venables

Creative technology storyteller

Systems and product thinker—refining how we talk about technology to different audiences in marketing, strategic, and executive communications. I'm a creative and technical leader with exceptional organizational, communications, and cross-cultural people skills—and extensive experience on high-visibility, enterprise-scale projects with a range of partners. I work with cross-functional teams in product engineering, product management, brand management, creative, legal, and executive leadership.


Lisa Freedman

Independent PR/Marketing Strategist, Freelance Writer, Editor, Journalist, Blogger, Artist Representative, Influencer

Independent Public Relations/Marketing Consultant and Founder/CEO of LF MEDIA INK & The Art Marketer. I work with individuals, non-profits and businesses to create and execute short and long term marketing strategies that generate more interest, attention, traffic and sales to their brands as well as helping them to create, market and promote products, services and events related to their business. I do this through: print, web and social media networks, creating press materials, pitch letters, articles, blog posts, newsletters, websites, social network pages and feature stories that have earned my clients media placement, further branding my client's businesses and events. One of my greatest talents (and passions) is my writing ability. I have been an editor, journalist, writer and blogger. Through the work I do, I have written and edited many websites, promotional materials, feature articles, grant proposals, presentations, business plans and beyond. Former Partner and Editor-in-Chief of Art Market Publications, publishers of The Artist Showcase, a seasonal online and print publication focused on the Arts. Regular Contributing Editor to ACES Magazine from 2015 through 2020. Formerly an Associate Editor with Colonial Homes Magazine, a Hearst publication. Have also published articles in: Dan's Papers; The Sag Harbor Express; The Hamptonian; Fine Art Magazine; Hamptons Real Estate Showcase; The Nice Niche; Hamptons.com; Journal News; Trader Kids and Women's News. Published product reviews on numerous consumer websites including: Yelp; Trip Advisor; Amazon.com; Edmunds; Google and Yahoo. The scope of my experience broadens my understanding of my client's needs, as well as my ability to help them surpass their goals, all of which I love doing. My press releases have been translated into articles in publications throughout the country. My writing is largely focused around my passions; the arts, business, marketing, real estate, lifestyle, health and wellness, travel and food. As I get to know you and your business as well as the motivation behind creating it, your business becomes my passion. Your success is equally entwined with my own. Click on the titles in each of the clips shown below to read the full articles, blog posts and newsletter entries. Please feel free to contact me for a complimentary consultation exploring all the ways I can help you grow your business. I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Jeremy Henderson

Award-winning writer based in the South

I take a unique approach to telling stories. People seem to like it. My work has appeared in dozens of magazines, hundreds of newspapers. Contributor: Auburn Magazine, Al.com, Auburn Engineering, Minnesota Monthly, This Is Alabama, Project Cold Case, plenty more. Awards: Texas Press Association | 2009 First Place Award, Feature Writing. Morris Communications | Best Writing of 2009 CASE 2021 Circle of Excellence | Feature Writing "I honestly believe Jeremy is one of the best writers in Alabama... maybe the best." -- Candis Birchfield (www.candisbirchfield.com) "Henderson’s writing in this story makes the entry the clear winner... it shows a writer’s mind at work." -- Texas Press Association 2009 Better Newspaper Contest judges panel Get in touch: jdhcontent [at] gmail.com


Nicoletta Richardson

Editor / Writer / Reporter

Nicoletta Richardson currently works as Trending Editor at TODAY Digital, where she's part of a dynamic morning team and ideates, edits, and reports on entertainment trends and breaking news — from the latest TV show that the internet is buzzing about to uplifting stories in the face of political turmoil. Previously, she was Entertainment Editor at Apartment Therapy Media, where she built out and shaped the brand’s entertainment section. In addition to her full-time job, Nicoletta is a freelance travel writer and editor, and her work has appeared in Thrillist, Women’s Health, AFAR, Tasting Table, Travel + Leisure, National Geographic (Kids), and kimkim, among others. A graduate from Fairfield University, Nicoletta majored in English and minored in Art History and Anthropology, and she loves to embrace her Greek identity in both her professional and personal life (she not-so-secretly dreams of traveling to Greece someday soon to explore her family lineage further!). She is also a certified fitness instructor and loves to share her passion for fitness through teaching classes, writing about wellness, and sharing inspiration on her Instagram. Come join her next virtual class! Enjoy reading through some of her recent clippings below, and feel free to reach out! Email: [email protected]

John F. Montagne

Language & Learning

The keys to a kingdom are forged through a mastery of words; the realm beyond is a formula of composition. I am in my idealistic sense, the title granted as an alumnus of an English university, a magister. It is the credentials denoting a scholar and scribe and inadvertently, an explorer in pursuit of all the keys to realms beyond. Since my formative years I have been an avid reader with a balance of exploration into what I was reading and eventually, writing. Studying English in the country of its origin was a necessary part of my own Campbellian quest, along with knowing the language from non-native speaker perspectives from around the world. In my global pursuits of tracing oral traditions into literary form I mastered a ring of kingdom keys. There is no longer a demographic of age, language, nationality, or cultural background that I have not or cannot successfully instruct. This is regardless of whether it is a language, an idea, thing, or even implementation and integration of varied processes - whether it in-person, on the web, or through printed material. Here among the links are shadows of the skills, abilities, and keys of a magister scribe...