Alexandra Wendt is a graduate student in Art History with Syracuse University, living in Florence. She has her B.A. in Art History and English from The College of Wooster, and has previously interned with New Letters literary magazine in Kansas City and the Siena School for Liberal Arts in Siena, Italy.
Claire is a London-based contributor who writes about art, travel and culture. She is the founder of the online zine, Lines, and is currently working on the Wilderness Archive, an interdisciplinary project at the interface of art, nature and conservation. She has worked at the Sunday Times Style, Condé Nast and contemporary art publication Plinth UK. Visit her website: www.lineszine.com.
Quinn is a graduate student of art history at Tufts University in Boston. Fascinated by gender and representation in modern art, she focuses her writing on social histories of artworks, artists, and art spaces during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Learn more about her experiences in museums and art business on her personal website, quinndivens.com.
Reagan Brown is a photographer and freelance writer based in New York City with a B.A. in Art History and Studio Art from Mount Holyoke College. She has held positions at Nan Goldin Studio, Aperture Foundation, International Center of Photography, and Aleya Lehmann-Bench Photography. Her work has been shown at Ground Floor Gallery in Brooklyn, The Curated Fridge Summer 2018 Show in Somerville, Massachusettes, in House Beautiful Magazine, Germ Magazine, online for Crave Social LLC, the Siena School for Liberal Arts website, and Handmade in Brooklyn Collective. www.reaganmbrown.com