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Brooke Bunce

Word-arranger

I'm a recent graduate of Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism with a focus in magazines. I always look for ways to learn and understand more about the world through words, pictures, video and audio. I crave familiar faces in unfamiliar places.

I've written about dragon boats, bird watching, folk music, HPV, Pulitzer Prize winners, eating disorders and social media, HBO's Girls, Zambian culture, women in sports journalism, spoken word artists, toys, parenting and Habitat for Humanity, to name a few.

I'm a lover of felines, crafts, cooking, culture, dresses, taking photographs, surf rock, Nancy Drew and paperback books.

Hop on over to my Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn, or email me at [email protected] to get in touch.

Portfolio

Recent

Backdrop Magazine
05/01/2014
Living Together

An exploration of college couples that decide to shack up together while in school.

Thread Magazine
04/30/2014
Elevated Style

A trend piece on the revival and reliability of flatforms, Tevas, and Birkenstock sandals.

Ohio Magazine

Ohio Magazine
03/01/2014
Beyond the Tour

How four Ohio colleges are reaching further than the typical campus tour to attract prospective students.

Ohiomagazine
12/01/2013
Shopping List

Inside the historic shopping district of Marietta, OH and five stores that are essential stops

Time Out New York

Timeout
09/04/2013
New stores (September 5-11, 2013)

Thomas Kletecka/BringIntoBeing Thomas Kletecka/BringIntoBeing Celebrating 15 years in NYC, this British handbag designer replaces the original Upper East Side location with a larger flagship store, hawking quirky purses ($320-$12,000), leather accessories ($120-$2,880) and travel gear ($175-$2,500). The interiors of the 2,000-square-foot townhouse were designed by Ilse Crawford (studioilse.com) and take inspiration from Hindmarch's own workshop with studio lighting and trestle-bench display...

Timeout
07/16/2013
Best NYC salons for affordable single-process color and highlights

Opened in 2001 on Spring Street by industry vet Nick Arrojo, whom you may recognize as the go-to hairstylist from the first seven seasons of TLC's What Not to Wear, this sun-drenched salon has since expanded around the corner. The high-ceilinged, 36-chair space lies adjacent to its namesake cosmetology school-hardly a surprise, considering Arrojo's focus on hairdressing education.

Timeout
07/16/2013
New stores (July 18-31, 2013)

French hairstylist Adel Chabbi has been working at hot spots throughout the city since 2000, such as Frédéric Fekkai and Pierre Michel. He opens his own three-chair salon, adorned with custom-made gilded mirrors and gothic black chandeliers. Walk-ins are welcome, but the small space lends itself to booking an appointment.

Timeout
07/30/2013
New stores (August 1-7, 2013)

Photograph: Arthur Greenberg Kate Spade Saturday pop-up Geekiness and girl power unite at the first female-operated comics store in the five boroughs. Former HR administrator Joy Ghigliotti aims to make the shop chick-friendly by offering quirky jewelry ($3-$50) and bags ($4-$45), alongside comics ($1-$20), action figures ($2-$70) and memorabilia ($5-$20).

Southeast Ohio Magazine

Southeast Ohio Magazine
05/10/2013
History of the Dragon Boat

A web-extra that details the ancient lore surrounding the dragon boat.

Parents Magazine

Parents Magazine
08/10/2012
School's Out?

For Parents' Goodyblog, a post about the all-time low in U.S. confidence in public schools

Parents Magazine
06/20/2012
Ask Maxwell

For Parents' Goodyblog, a post about contributing editor Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan

Hypable.com

Academic Blog Posts & Articles

The Institute for International Journalism at Ohio University
12/28/2011
The Strength of Africa

A blog post about studying abroad in Zambia, Africa and the women I met during my time there.

The Institute for International Journalism at Ohio University
12/07/2011
The Religion of Giving

A blog post about how Christiantity and culture are tightly intertwined throughout Zambia, Africa

ACRN.com

Thread Magazine

Thread Magazine
Thinly Veiled

A feature about pro-ana and pro-mia social media sites

Thread Magazine
Haute Online

A blurb about popular style blog SF Girl by Bay

The Athens NEWS

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