A prototype I created of a skin care magazine.
I have a BA in Journalism from E.W. Scripps School at Ohio University. I am based in NYC as a creative copywriter working in pharmaceutical advertising. This portfolio houses a selection of writing clips outside of my pharma experience. Please reach out to know more about my experience within the pharmaceutical industry.
A prototype I created of a skin care magazine.
Iuzzini, who will be on a global tour over the next 12 months entitled "The Éclair Diaries," is creating eight recipes as modern shout-outs to the classic coffee, chocolate, and vanilla flavors. Beginning in San Francisco July 10, Iuzzini will gather inspiration from the city's cultural and local flavors to put together his first seasonal éclair.
Mixologists at Chicago's Lush Wine & Spirits are jumping on board at the wine bar's two locations by incorporating spirit sprays into their normal cocktail-mixing routines. Lush's process includes combining the ingredients used in a rinse and putting them in a spray bottle.
Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts offer Brazilian-themed menus and viewing lounges for the World Cup June 12 to July 13 at its different locations.
Fashion terms from A to Z
Guide to wearing undergarments properly
Guide to gift-giving
Different types of insect jewelry
All-White fashion trend
Monday kicked off Ohio University's International Week in Baker Center Theater with an opening ceremony where attendees celebrated this year's theme, "The world in Athens, Athens in the world." The event consisted of student-made videos, a musical performance, fashion show and a student panel.
Caitlin Seida's Internet fame began with a bevy of despicable comments about her appearance and has evolved into a cause benefiting victims of the growing problem of cyber-bullying. Seida, a professional writer from Chauncey, endured a storm of negative comments when a photo of herself dressed as video-game heroine Lara Croft from "Tomb Raider" surfaced online.
The mascot refers to various Native-American symbols used as identifiers for many sports teams across the U.S. The mascot has to go, well, because Anton Treuer says it does. Treuer, executive director of the American Indian Resource Center and professor at Bemidji State University in Minnesota, is passionate about his heritage, which he made clear by opening his talk Thursday at Walter Rotunda in his native language, Ojibwe.
Tucked away in a private studio in Athens, a local man is training adults and children in his favorite art form - the somewhat obscure martial art of jiu-jitsu. The discipline was created by Japanese judo expert Mitsuyo Maeda, who passed his skills and techniques to the Gracie family in the early 1900s.
The 15 th annual Ohio Pawpaw Festival attracted a very large crowd Saturday at Lake Snowden Park southwest of Athens, with smaller crowds Friday evening and Sunday. Fest-goers vehicles Saturday afternoon lined up far down U.S. Rt. 50 awaiting entry, and many people took advantage of shuttles from Athens and a remote parking area in nearby Albany.
Elisha Rife apprehensively walked into Terri Jean's photography studio one day, after a harmless miscommunication resulted in an invitation sent to Rife's Facebook page. Once it was clear that the invitation to do a shoot based on '60s beauty icon Marilyn Monroe was meant for a different Elisha, Rife was all set to leave the studio never to think about doing a photo shoot again.
By noon Saturday Mill Street was thumping with music, and partiers were encroaching on the sidewalks and yards of houses. It was ideal weather for Ohio University students to kick off their spring fest season, with consistent sun and warmer temperatures following an unpredictable week.
Friday evening, Athensworks hosted its first ever "Everything Local" event where local entrepreneurs, artists, crafters, students and DIY enthusiasts showcased their projects. The event, which took place at Central Venue behind the Athensworks facility on Carpenter Street in Athens, featured 11 presentations.
"Good Works should have a legacy, and... want the history of Good Works to say, 'They loved well,'" said Keith Wasserman, founder of Good Works Inc. during his welcome speech at the nonprofit organization's 12 th annual WALK Saturday morning.
It is likely to get bogged down with unhealthy eating habits during the cold months. No one wants to take a trip to the market, and they sure don't want to go out in the cold for exercise. So sitting at home being cold and hungry, what else is there to do than eat?
At the 10-week mark of Fall Semester at Ohio University, many students feel like it's nearly time to be returning home for the holiday break. With the newly enacted semester system, however, students have another five long weeks of work.
Current, former OU students win business prize for poster-making app
Business offers cooperative work space for at-home professionals
Salads are nutritious while potato chips are not; fruits and vegetables are an essential part of one's diet and consuming too many fats and sugars are bad. These are all factual claims about healthy eating that the majority of people follow to remain healthy.
Students and faculty still adjusting to semester switch
Yoga provides mental and physical therapy
Apple continues reign in technology with iPhone 5
Senior dance concert showcased students' choreography chops
'Funkmaster' nabs first prize in 48-Hour Shootout
How to dress for crazy Ohio weather