Please take a closer look at The Curated Object's talented team. Each one of us is a writer and editor (among other things) with a special voice. I encourage you to reach out and contact anyone and everyone on this list should you care to offer a compliment or delve further into their work. (This list is also being currently updated).
Editor: Joanne Molina
As EIC of CO I'm interested in exploring how philosophy, aesthetic theory and design/art criticism offer vocabularies for thinking about the production and function of objects in exhibitions.
I did my graduate work in continental philosophy (with a focus on aesthetics, psychoanalysis and post-structuralism) and taught at DePaul University. As Senior Arts + Culture Editor at Interiors magazine, I worked with internationally renown artists, designers, fashion designers, chefs, and freelance writers to collaborate on essays about travel, cuisine, and the arts. I am a former co-editor with Mark Wallace of the language and post-language poetry journal, SITUATION and edited the chapbook series, Propjet.
In addtion to my scholarly and critical writing, I do select national and international commerical writing and editing projects, as well as adjunct teach, as time allows. Find me on LinkedIn to see more of my professional history or send me an email.
Natalie Renee Fasano
Natalie is a freelance arts and cultural journalist and current Project Manager at Mena Agramonte Studio in Brooklyn, New York.
Based in Philadelphia, JoAnn Greco has written about art, architecture, and design for publications ranging from Art & Antiques to Interiors. She loves the classics — Frank Lloyd Wright, the Eames, Art Nouveau — but is always game for a new quirky exhibit that challenges notions of the pretty and the useful. In addition to her design writing, she is an exuberant flaneur and her travel and hospitality articles have appeared in Washington Post, National Geographic Traveler, and her own online magazine, TheCityTraveler.com. To see more, visit http;//joanngreco.com or https://joanngreco.contently.com/
Brooklyn-based Saxon Henry has written for a variety of national publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Robb Report, Elle Décor and Delta Sky. The author of Four Florida Moderns maintains the Improvateur blog and is the founder of The Literary Blog to Book Movement. Online publication credits include The Curated Object and Roaming by Design.
Dr. Christine A. Jones is associate professor of French and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies at the University of Utah. She has authored Shapely Bodies: The Image of Porcelain in Eighteenth-Century France, co-edited Marvelous Transformations: An Anthology of Fairy Tales and Contemporary Critical Perspectives, and translated Charles Perrault’s fairy tales. Her current research on hot beverages, An Edible World, traces the European reception of coffee, chocolate, and tea in word and image from the mid-17th to the 18th century.
Anastasia is Chicago-based a multilingual international journalist specializing in art and style. Upon completing her Art History degree at Richmond University in London, UK she wrote for Online Services of the BBC London for several years before moving to New York. She currently divides her time between freelancing and doing translation work. She is currently Project Manager at Tribune Media. For more detailed information please visit her LinkedIn page.
Jane is the Syracuse-based founder of The Blue Lantern. She does work in public radio, freelance writing and other odds & ends. She studied classical piano for ten years and have been a jazz programmer for nine years. She also does broadcasts for the blind and visually impaired. Education: Maria Regina College, Syracuse University, & State University of New York.
JoAnn is a California-based writer, publicist and Venetophile. Her public relations firm Bella Figura Communications represents creative individuals and businesses. She is editing a new book on Venice with photographs by Charles Christopher. Connect with JoAnn on Twitter: @JoLocktov and on Facebook. For more on Dream of Venice: Dream of Venice Facebook and @DreamofVenice
Dr. Miranda Garno Nesler is a California based writer, researcher, and editor who specializes in material culture studies and digital humanities. In addition to founding and editing at Performing Humanity and serving as an editor-at-large for Digital Humanities Now, she has published in Studies in English Literature and The Journal of Narrative Theory. For more information, view her About.me page (about.me/mirandanesler) or follow her on Twitter @PerformHumanity.