Feminism, food and drink, travel, politics, fashion, TV and movies.
Cooking, traveling, reading and writing.
Emily began her studies at McGill University in 2009. She declared a major in English Literature and a minor in women's studies. While at McGill she was a contributor to student publications like Leacock's and the McGill Daily, and a volunteer at the on campus sexual assault center. In 2010 she received a Faculty of Arts Internship Award in order to complete a summer internship at V Magazine in New York City.
Emily was the editor of Time Out Buenos Aires, producing four issues as editor, and two as deputy editor. She led a small in house team and managed a large group of freelancers. Emily oversaw the production from start to finish, including fact checking, copyediting, photo editing, commissioning of feature pieces, etc.
Emily worked as an editorial intern at V and VMan magazines in 2011 and has since covered fashion for publications such as Racked, Time Out and Paste. She's covered the fashion industry not only in the US, but also in Brazil and Argentina. She also regularly writes about the intersection of fashion with topics such as politics and sports.
As a freelancer, Emily regularly seeks out topics related to women and feminism. She has covered feminism as it relates to cultural issues such as sports, TV, movies and more. She has written on women's issues for publications like BuzzFeed and The Bubble. Emily also has a minor in women's studies from McGill University.
Emily has written countless travel blog posts for Oasis Collections. Her blog posts have covered cultural activities in major cities around the world, including New York, Paris, London, Buenos Aires and Mexico City.
As editor of Time Out Buenos Aires, Emily was also responsible for writing Facebook posts. She used Facebook to inform followers of events in Buenos Aires, local news, and restaurant and bar openings.