Staff

Staff

2017-2018 Staff

 

Eric Doroski is the president of Artistry Magazine. He is currently a third-year mathematics and economics major with a minor in physics. Growing up in sunny Los Angeles, California, Eric has loved going to concerts and seeing local culture for as long as he can remember. His favorite Artistry memory so far has been covering Yo-Yo Ma at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. In the summer, he looks forward to working at the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Budget and Innovation and transitioning into his co-op at Eaton Vance in the fall.

Sophie Cannon is the editor-in-chief of Artistry Magazine. She was previously the music editor and a staff writer. She is currently a second-year journalism major with a minor in international relations. From Minneapolis, Minnesota, Sophie has loved being able to review and photograph the Boston concert scene. Her favorite memory from Artistry was being able to photograph Macklemore and interview The Script.  She is also on the editorial board of Northeastern University Society for Professional Journalists and is currently is on co-op at the Boston Globe as a Living/Arts correspondent. Her dream is to photograph her all-time seventh grade crush Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco.

Gianna Barberia is the managing editor of Artistry Magazine. She is currently a second-year journalism major with a minor in political communications. From Long Island, New York, Gianna is particularly interested in pursuing a career that involves video production or magazine writing. Her favorite memory from Artistry was interviewing musician Mod Sun and reviewing his concert. Previously, she was the lifestyle editor at The Huntington News, digital editorial intern at Long Island Pulse Magazine and contributing writer for The Knockturnal. Currently, she is the video chair of her sorority. In the fall, she will work as an audience engagement co-op at The Boston Globe.

Danae Bucci is the head copy editor for Artistry Magazine. She also currently works for all newspapers under the Wicked Local Newspaper chain, and the Bedford Citizen while also being an athlete on the Northeastern University track & field team. In her spare time she does social media planning for Glitterati Prom & Pageant Superstore. She is currently a third-year journalism major with minors in political communications and photojournalism. Danae comes from a military family so she has lived in several places including Florida, Hawaii, Japan, Georgia, and now Massachusetts. Being from so many places, she loves to see how different cultures can impact the arts whether it be music, artwork or films. Her favorite memory from being on the Artistry Magazine team was being able to go to an Iron & Wine concert, one of her favorite bands. Danae will be co-oping in the fall at iFactory as a content strategist with plans to become a news reporter upon graduating college.

Isabelle Hahn is the deputy copy editor for Artistry Magazine. A sophomore journalism major with minors in English and media and screen studies, she is currently on co-op in New York City. Having written for Artistry her first semester at Northeastern, she is excited to now work behind the scenes. Isabelle is also involved with The Avenue and an art publication based out of Wesleyan, Reverberations Magazine.

Asia London Palomba is the arts section editor of Artistry Magazine and a second-year journalism major and history minor. From Rome, Italy, Asia has grown up surrounded by art which has fueled her passion for attending, photographing, and reviewing museums’ galleries. Her fondest memories writing in the arts world are of covering a gallery on Newbury Street which was exclusively featuring marginalized female artists, and reviewing a psychedelic Japanese exhibit at the Museum of Fine Art. Asia is currently on co-op at the Christian Science Monitor, an international news organization, and in her spare time, she paints jeans.

Caroline Lowder is the screen section editor for Artistry Magazine. She is currently a freshman English and media studies combined major with a minor in graphic and information design. From Darien, Connecticut, Caroline has loved exploring the theater and music scene at Northeastern when writing for Artistry. Her favorite memory at Artistry thus far has been writing a piece on “The Glass Menagerie,” a play put on at Northeastern, and getting to interact with the cast and crew for the inside scoop. Caroline previously interned at Interview Magazine in New York City and hopes to do a co-op in the movie scene in the coming years.

Danny Tran is the co-head of graphic design for Artistry Magazine. From Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, he is currently a first-year computer science major with a minor in human communication. Passionate about various art forms, Danny teaches himself music production, video editing, and digital art in his free time and shares his projects online. Working for Artistry Magazine has allowed him to express creativity in an editorial context. A few of his favorite concerts include Kimbra, MGMT, and Zedd. His goal in 2018 is to go to one concert every month and so far he succeeds in maintaining a four-month streak!

Carolyn Noyes is the social media director of Artistry Magazine. She is a fourth-year student majoring in communication studies and minoring in psychology. Carolyn grew up north of Boston very involved in the performing arts, and is currently also a member of NU Stage Musical Theater Company. She has also written for Artistry in the past, and is particularly interested in film and theater. When Carolyn graduates, she hopes to work in healthcare communications and continue to absorb as much art as she can!