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 since 2015.
Formerly an Associate Editor with Colonial Homes Magazine, a Hearst publication.
Have also published articles in: 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.
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Please feel free to contact me for a complimentary consultation exploring all the ways I can help you grow your business.
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My First Blog Post, written on Mother's Day 11 years ago, honoring my mom. Like so many other moms (and like my dad) I am reading about today, mine passed too soon (over 48 years ago). Her memory, inspiration and life lessons live on within me forever, as does the memory of the childhood she and my dad created for me & my brothers. I can only hope to have imparted a fraction of what she gifted me with to my own son. Happy Mother's Day to All
Fine Art Magazine's 44th Anniversary Issue is a spectacular publication chock full of interesting, informative articles, including my piece about Christine Alfery (page 75).
Say Hello to Umbrella Eric, a fiberglass resin sculpture by renowned British Artist, Graham Ibbeson. Dated back to 1991, Umbrella Eric will be celebrating his 30th birthday in 2021. He is created from fiberglass resin and is from a Limited Edition series of 10.
The December 2020 Issue of ACES Magazine Features my article, Looking Back as we Move Forward (pgs 12-13). Join me on my journey past, as we prepare for a new year!
Delighted to be sharing the newly published digital June issue of ACES Magazine which includes my article, Dining Out on The North Fork of Long Island. Click on the link to read about some of my favorite take-out options from Riverhead to Orient (pages 13-15).
The May 2020 issue of ACES Magazine features my article, Come What May on The East End, highlighting a few of my favorite public parks on the East End of Long Island (pgs 15-17). Enjoy!
The April 2020 issue of ACES Magazine features two of my articles, A World of Art at Your Fingertips (pgs 6-7), and April Showers on the East End of Long Island (pgs 17-19). Enjoy!
The March 202 Issue of ACES Magazine features my article, Marching into Spring on the East End (pg. 15-17).
It's a new day, a new week, a new month and a new year, not to mention, a new decade! That also means a new issue of ACES Magazine, the Magazine for Arts & Events on Long Island which has just published its' newest issue for January 2020.
Christine Alfery wears many hats. Living an inspiring life that inspires her art, her work reflects her life. And might I say she seems to excel in everything she endeavors to do. Wife, Mother, Artist, Writer, Poet, Teacher, Outdoorsman, Adventure seeker...
There is so much more than meets the eye in each of Christine Alfery's paintings. At first glance, they radiate with exuberance, vitality, energy and joy. When one reads each of their titles, the images that first inspired the artist become more clear within their abstraction.
Concept Driven Journeys For the longest time I have been working on artwork with contents that are associated or represented by the concept of "journey." The journey for me can be, concept oriented. That is what it takes to get an idea going, the research, the break through and discovery of something new, different, unique, original.
ACES Magazine 2019
The December 2019 issue of ACES Magazine (left), the Magazine for Arts & Events on Long Island, features my newest article, Holiday Happenings on The East End. You may pick up a print copy of the magazine at any of these locations, or link to the publication online to read my article on pages 12 & 13 of the issue, copied below for your convenience.
The November 2019 issue of ACES Magazine, the Magazine for Arts & Events on Long Island, features my newest article, Thankful for November on The East End.
The October 2019 issue of ACES Magazine (left), the Magazine for Arts & Events on Long Island, features my newest article, Fall for October on The East End.
My Article, September on The East End, can be found on pages 12-13 of this issue of ACES Magazine. It offers an overview of East End Events during the month of September. Enjoy!
My Article, A Hampton's Summer Line-up, can be found on pages 8-9 of this issue of ACES Magazine. It offers an overview of East End Events during the Summer Months.
Lady Blue and Her Magic Cape At the Circus, an acrylic painting on canvas by Contemporary Conceptual Artist, Christine Alfery, adorns the Cover of ACES Magazine this month! The painting, which measures 60x50, is a featured work from Christine's At the Circus series that will be one of five paintings on display at Christine's exhibition with Artblend Gallery at Art Market Hamptons in Bridgehampton, NY this July 5th-7th 2019.
The Event Archivist is a unique online Etsy shop filled with the beloved collections of one woman who is now offering each item for sale. Here you will find beautiful & unusual collections of: art, craft, toys, dolls, craft supplies, rubber stamps, home décor & accessories, vintage clothing & more, at reasonable prices to add to your own growing collections. Browse, purchase, share or contact the shop owner with your questions or quest for other unique items. Check back often as new items are...
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Celebrating 50 Years of Food in America: 1970-2020 Bobby Flay, David Barber, Michel Nischan Featured as Keynote Speakers at the 3rd Annual Food Lab Conference June 9th & 10th 2017 "50 Years of Food in America: 1970-2020" will be the focus of the 2017 Food Lab Conference at Stony Brook...
Summer 2017 Dear Parents & Caregivers: PLEASE JOIN US IN OUR MISSION TO EDUCATE YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOLS! This year and for every year hereafter, OUR MISSION Here at LifeVac is that NO CHILD CHOKES TO DEATH! On the playground, at snack time, in the lunchroom, or on the school bus,...
SAVE THE DATES for ALIVE ON 25! Riverhead is Gearing Up for it's 2nd Annual Summer Street Festival known as Alive On 25! Alive on 25! is a Free Summer Street Festival in Downtown Riverhead, New York, offering local craft beverages and wine, live music, artists, street vendors and plenty...
As a Sales Manager specializing in European wines, Rita Winkler had the benefit of traveling throughout Europe and Italy visiting vineyards and tasting wines. She soon noticed that in addition to growing grapes, many of the Italian vineyards were also now growing olives, producing and marketing their own olive oils and balsamic vinegars, which tasted better than any others Winkler ever had.
In the two years I have been working with Abstract Impressionist Artist, Susan Marx, most of the work I have seen her do is inspired by the nature that surrounds her. She can usually be found perched in a garden somewhere in her native New Jersey, or on her travels abroad.
It's been a busy, productive summer for Chef John Ross. With over a dozen scheduled events promoting his newest book, The Poetry of Cooking, the Chef has been busy cooking up his signature recipes, reading his favorite food poetry and talking about his life with an ever expanding network of...
ACES Magazine: 2015-2016
Two articles: Gary Beeber, Documentary Photographer (pages 6-7) & September Rocks It Out of the Park in the Hamptons (pages 18-19).
Check out ACES feature story on The Art Marketer & my story on cover artist, Ted Asnis in the August issue (pages 6&7) of ACES Magazine, a print and digital publication focusing on Long Island's Arts,Culture, Entertainment Scene and more!
Chef John Ross is a feature article in ACES Magazine this month (page 21). The Chef recently released a new cookbook, The Poetry of Cooking, celebrating easy cooking with farm fresh ingredients every month of the year.
"They call me Mme. Monet in jest, but they are right. I feel as if I have inherited the soul of Monet. I had been painting a long while before I spent that decisive summer in Monet's garden. That was when Monet spoke to me.
County Line Band
Sag Harbor resident and artist, Ted Asnis, debuts a new series of paintings at Bobby Van's Steakhouse in Birdgehampton, NY this summer.
The Abstract Impressionist Artist will be a featured artist in a Group Show at Agora Gallery in NYC this October.
Abstract Expressionist Painter & Digital Artist, Susan Levin, talks about her work and the influences that inspired her to start painting, as well as those influences that continue to inspire her work as an artist.
Hamptons Baseball Camp, based in Water Mill, enters its' 11th year in business in 2014. HRES sat down with Edward (Eddie) McCarthy, the Founder and Director of the Camp, to learn more about his motivation for starting the Camp over 10 years ago, as well as his plans for the upcoming season.
The Nice Niche 2014
Long considered the leading maker of Fine French, English and Transitional furnishings, Devon Shops is having a Moving Sale at its' stately Park Avenue Showroom on the corner of Park Avenue and 27th Street in Manhattan.
"As with fine wine or a delicious meal, I want my work to evoke emotion; to take you on a sentimental, intoxicating journey, as I was on creating each piece"
An intimate look at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead, New York.
Originally Posted: August 07, 2012 Kate Mueth and her theatrical dance troupe, The Neo-Political Cowgirls, performed a sneak preview of their upcoming production, "EVE," at the North Haven home of Michael Daly, a producer for the show, in mid-July.
Originally Posted: August 07, 2012 Set against the backdrop of Northwest Harbor in East Hampton on the magnificent grounds of Bruce T. Sloane's private residence, Live Out Loud's Fourth Annual Pride in the Hamptons Fundraiser on Saturday, June 23, 2012, exceeded all expectations in creating a fun, fashionable, well-attended, celebratory event and successful fundraiser for Live Out Loud, a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring and empowering LGBT youth by connecting them with...
Originally Posted: June 19, 2012 Born in Brooklyn to immigrant parents, Rosalind Brenner fondly remembers playing with an endless medley of baubles and beads her milliner dad brought home from work. Brenner speaks fondly of the exquisite fashions her father created for his clients, and his own passion for painting in his spare time.
BLOG & NEWSLETTER ARCHIVES: 2008-2014
The Art Marketer Blog detailing the news, events, client activities, finds and musings of The Art Marketer's life on the East End of Long Island. Blog started on November 7, 2010.
The Art Marketer is a PR/Marketing Strategist with a special focus on the Arts Industry. Her blog highlights many of the artists, galleries, art shows, events & creative musings relating to her life in the arts. Started May 2009.
Links to The Art Marketer Newsletter posts on Constant Contact. Started Newsletter November 2008. Posts link to articles detailing news, events and clients The Art Marketer has worked with through the years.
Art Market Publications 2011-2012