Lexi Dwyer

Brooklyn, NY USA

Professional Experience

I'm an experienced lifestyle writer for major consumer publications who's known for submitting elegantly written, well-reported stories. I'm contributing regularly to Google and TODAY.com, the web site for the Today Show. I've also been a contributing editor for PEOPLE.com's food section where I wrote about breaking news, trends, cooking, celebrities and chefs; I also edited stories and updated social media when needed. I've spent the last 15 years writing and editing all types of print and online content, mostly in-house at Conde Nast: I began my career as an editor at Epicurious and later worked as both a travel editor and contributing editor at BRIDES magazine, where I scouted honeymoon destinations and reported on food, party planning, beauty, and fashion. I've also worked as a contributing writer for NYMag.com, covering spas, salons and boutiques. Probably the biggest compliment I get from almost all my editors is that I make their lives easier.


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Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
12 Years
Online/new media
7 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

16 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Epicurious (3-5), BonAppetit.com (3-5), Google Editorial (10+), iVillage.com (10+), Today.com (3-5), Glamour Weddings (1-2), Gourmet.com (1-2), Inspirato magazine (1-2), The Nest (3-5), All You (1-2), Google Editorial (10+), BRIDES magazine (10+), PEOPLE Great Ideas (10+)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

McMurry/TMG (10+), AMS Pictures (1-2)

Other Work History

Contributing Editor, PEOPLE.com Freelance Editor, Seventeen magazine Contributing Editor, BRIDES magazine Special Issue Editor, BRIDES magazine, Travel Editor, BRIDES magazine Contributing Writer, NYMag.com Contributing Writer, iVillage.com Associate Editor, Epicurious

Computer Skills

WordPress, Hootsuite, InCopy


Canon t2i SLR camera with several lenses, including an EF-S 17-55mm (f/2.8 IS USM)



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