Angelica Frey


Professional Experience

A trilingual culture writer who loves covering pop surrealism, classical music, culture wars and all web oddities.


2 Years
3 Years


Arts & Humanities
2 Years
Books & Literature
2 Years
2 Years


Online/new media
2 Years
Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
2 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

2 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Condé Nast (6-10), Hyperallergic (3-5), New York Magazine (3-5), The Awl (1-2)

Foreign Language Skills

Proficient in English, Italian and German Conversational in French

Computer Skills

Office Suite, InCopy, Photoshop, WordPress, Google Suite



When American Ballet Theatre decided to revive Richard Strauss’s surrealist, saccharine ‘Whipped Cream,’ Mark Ryden was the ideal candidate to create the set and costumes. Reported Feature
Toshi Salvino is part of the “living doll” lifestyle. The term brings to mind people like Amanda Lepore or those who’ve made headlines trying to look like Barbie replicas. But the first thing I learn upon talking to Salvino is that there is no canon defining a living doll. “It varies from person to person,” she explained. “That’s the main thing that differentiates it from subcultures such as Lolita fashion.” *Profile*
How the ancient beverage, now brewed in Brooklyn, is making a richly flavored comeback Reported feature