Editorial Work


In New York
Editor-in-Chief, Jan 2017 – Jan 2018

Together with the communications team at the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce NY (SACCNY) I reshaped the tone and look of the member magazine. Among other things we centered each issue around a theme such as "Sweden the Brand", and "Retail Revolution" including content for and about member companies which include big household names like Ikea, Volvo, and Skanska, as well as smaller start-ups and firms.


Assistant Editor, May 2015 – June 2016

I wrote articles, such as "Childproofing the new marijuana edibles" and "Loveys, blankies, bears, and other comfort objects for kids" and edited and packaged stories in collaboration with senior editors and freelancers; I built content in the CMS and also planned and wrote weekly newsletters with an eye to analytics, SEO, and generating traffic.


Web production and editing, Sep 2008 – June 2009
I was responsible for updating the Self.com site for which I formatted and packaged content from the print magazine, including slideshows and video content.


The New Yorker
Web editing and production (freelance), Jul – Aug 2008
Web intern, Jan 2008 – May 2008

I built Web pages for the online edition of the magazine and edited and packaged text, audio, and visual content from the magazine for the tny.com website.


Researcher, writer, editor, Oct 2006 – Jul 2007
I wrote copy for the site prior to and during the launch and oversaw user-generated content. I researched, built, and managed the "Babblepedia" online database for which I wrote pithy entries and developed and wrote weekly features "Cribsheet" and "Pediatrician Poll."



Contributing writer Sep 2006 – June 2009
Summer intern May 2006 – Aug 2006

I pitched and wrote personal essays and articles, including "Ball Breakers, Grindhouse proves Tarantino's not just for guys." and interviewed authors, filmmakers, and musicians for Q&A pieces. I also wrote movie reviews. I contributed daily to the Scanner culture blog and weekly to the Screengrab film blog.