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Re-imagining Your Publishing Career

Although it’s been awhile since I’ve blogged, I’ve learned one important lesson after graduating NYU SPI and getting a full-time job: publishing is hard.

I knew it was tough to break into the market, and I knew you had to put forth a lot of effort to get a job, but I had no idea just how competitive this field is. 705 more words


Magazine Work - New York University

Mock-up work for the Summer Publishing Institute 2014 magazine project (I was the Editor In Chief).

Click below to view the parts of the project: 27 more words


Website Design - New York University

Mock-up work for the Summer Publishing Institute 2014 book project.

Click here to view the full project: NYU Book Project Web Mock Ups


Project: Best Cover Design Award

Recently completed the Summer Publishing Institute program at New York University (NYU) and was awarded a graduate certificate for these six weeks of hard work. Having the combined experience of a Marketing Director for my magazine project and an Art Director for my book project, I have effectively presented a sales pitch in front of industry professionals, and was awarded the Best Book Cover Design award! Here are my designs:


Thinking Out Loud

As I sit here in my NYU dorm room, applying for jobs in the publishing field and trying not to forget to meet with my Book Imprint group from the NYU Summer Publishing Institute, in which I am currently spending 6 weeks of my life, I find that the thing that is constantly on my mind isn’t getting a job or my excitement/anguish about this new book project. 220 more words

Thoughts Of The Day

“Maybe you had to leave in order to really miss a place; maybe you had to travel to figure out how beloved your starting point was.”

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Adventures in NY: Three Bucks, Two Bags, One Me!

I’ve finally made it to New York!!!

After a bunch of pre-trip jitters, a lot of goodbyes, two nights of far too little sleep, and pretty much an entire day spent on planes or in airports, I am finally here!!! 466 more words