portfolio highlights

Selected samples of my work editorial and content work in beauty, fashion, lifestyle, and travel.

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  "What do Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel, Lily Aldridge, Matt Damon, Hilary Duff, Justin Theroux, and Emma Stone have in common? They all trust Jason Walsh, personal trainer extraordinaire and founder of LA-based fitness studio    Rise Nation   , to whip them into shape. Walsh is credited with sculpting the bodies of many top actors preparing for their most physical roles. Recently, he helped turn TV darling Alison Brie into an ultra-fit wrestler for the new Netflix series GLOW. In it, Brie stars as Ruth Wilder, a struggling actress who joins 'Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling', a team of professional women’s wrestlers in the eighties."

"What do Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel, Lily Aldridge, Matt Damon, Hilary Duff, Justin Theroux, and Emma Stone have in common? They all trust Jason Walsh, personal trainer extraordinaire and founder of LA-based fitness studio Rise Nation, to whip them into shape. Walsh is credited with sculpting the bodies of many top actors preparing for their most physical roles. Recently, he helped turn TV darling Alison Brie into an ultra-fit wrestler for the new Netflix series GLOW. In it, Brie stars as Ruth Wilder, a struggling actress who joins 'Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling', a team of professional women’s wrestlers in the eighties."

  "When I learned about French fashion label Sézane’s first    collaboration with Madewell    in 2014, I had one thought: We’re finally going to talk about Sézane in the US. The Internet loves a French girl fashion story: How to make your hair look French, tuck in your shirt, tie your scarf. I’m French—and even I click! But I’d come to accept that French-girl style is more of an idea, a concept perpetuated by editorial spreads in fashion magazines and a few famous French women, than something tangible. However, if one person’s managed to bottled its essence, it’s Sézane’s founder, Morgane Sézalory. French women (everyday, you and me women) are buying her embroidered blouses, flowy dresses, heeled booties, and chain bags by the basketful."

"When I learned about French fashion label Sézane’s first collaboration with Madewell in 2014, I had one thought: We’re finally going to talk about Sézane in the US. The Internet loves a French girl fashion story: How to make your hair look French, tuck in your shirt, tie your scarf. I’m French—and even I click! But I’d come to accept that French-girl style is more of an idea, a concept perpetuated by editorial spreads in fashion magazines and a few famous French women, than something tangible. However, if one person’s managed to bottled its essence, it’s Sézane’s founder, Morgane Sézalory. French women (everyday, you and me women) are buying her embroidered blouses, flowy dresses, heeled booties, and chain bags by the basketful."