Our mission is simple: to create a space for real women living authentic-sometimes-frenzied-often-harried-but-always-inspired lives. Featuring original content, powerhouse writers and stunning photography for beauty, style, home, living and food, Clementine Daily celebrates the beauty of today’s multi-faceted, modern woman. (We’re so pleased to see you here.)
EXECUTIVE EDITOR Erin Loechner has juggled an active Internet career with writing, speaking, styling and consulting since 2001. Author of two award-winning websites DesignForMiniKind.com and DesignForMankind.com (the latter of which was recently honored as one of the London Time’s top 50 design blogs in the world), Erin’s work has been featured in Glamour, Lucky, Dwell, Readymade, Nylon, Print Magazine, Apartment Therapy and The Huffington Post. Her unofficial title? The Nicest Girl Online.
MANAGING EDITOR Amanda Carter Gomes spent much of her early career working in marketing and event management for clients in the private and non-profit sectors before settling down with Getty Images as a full-time Photo Shoot Producer. In 2013, she established Merit Creative Consulting to bring her marketing, PR, and creative services under one roof.
HOME EDITOR Anne Sage is a lifestyle writer, creative director, and social media consultant based in Los Angeles. Her daily interiors and fashion blog The City Sage was named a must-read by Martha Stewart Living, and she was featured in the New York Times for her co-founding of the online shelter publication Rue Magazine. When not at a computer or on a photo set, she’s most likely on a road trip with the windows down, the radio blasting, and the backseat stuffed to the gills with garage sale finds.
BEAUTY EDITOR Elizabeth Dehn is a lifestyle writer and beauty enthusiast who worked for Aveda, Kiehl’s, Target and several magazines before launching the blog Beauty Bets in 2009. When not schmearing on face masks or battling her new body wave, she covers the beauty and wellness beats for Mpls.St. Paul Magazine, Marie Claire, Divine Caroline, and Twin Cities Live television.
STYLE EDITOR Stephanie Duncan has worked on both the retail and wholesale side of the fashion industry, focusing on visual merchandising and buying for a group of local boutiques. In 2011, she began her lifestyle/fashion blog LET IT BE where she shares her personal journey surrounding style, adoption and motherhood in hopes of inspiring others.
SHOPPING EDITOR Joanna Hawley created Jojotastic as a place to spotlight everything from runway-fresh fashion to home interiors, garnering an impressive Pinterest following of over 4 million fans along the way. Anthropologie housewares designer by day and blogger by night, Joanna spends her spare time indulging in wanderlust, climbing rocks, and questing for the perfect apple pie.
FOOD EDITOR Julia Gartland is a Brooklyn-based photographer and self-taught cook + baker. Her site, Sassy Kitchen, is filled with gluten-free, homemade & seasonal recipes. She is most happy when her love of food and photography meet.
ART DIRECTOR Cassie Pyle is a Saint Louis – based graphic designer and photo stylist who runs a one-man-band design studio/blog called Veda House. She frequently works with other photographers and creative businesses to help bring their brands to life with design, photography, and attention to the little details.
SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER Stella Blackmon is a senior at Missouri State University studying Professional Writing and Marketing. For several years Stella has served as the creative consultant to fine arts photographer Julie Blackmon. The photographs she assisted with have been published in Time, Vogue Italia, and Real Simple. Her narrative sense was honed listening to her father tell fabulous worldwide adventures before bed as a child. Stella draws daily inspiration from Paul Simon’s Graceland and her espresso machine.
GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERN Gabriella Sanchez is a young visual artist and graphic designer based in Los Angeles, California. Gabby received a degree in Art & Design and is currently creating unique wedding invitations and other paper goods at ThatNoiseGallery.etsy.com. You’re most likely to find her at any local coffee shop (or ”the office” as she likes to call it), eating smelly cheese at all restaurants near you as well as sharing her art and thoughts over at ThatNoiseGal.com.
In addition to our charming staff above, we’re blessed to have the support of a slew of fine friends – and of course, you.
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