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The Professionals

Self-portrait by Monica ShulmanIf any of you have considered changing majors, or foresee a possible career shift in your future, pay close attention to this interview. Photographer Monica Shulman started out as a lawyer. She has now been featured in several gallery shows and holds a strong commercial following on the web. Here she is for a virtual career's day, otherwise known as The...

The Professionals: GQ Writer, Cole Louison

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In the middle of his so-called "ape-shit crazy" week (a.k.a. shipping week) at GQ Magazine, Ithaca College alumnus and GQ contributer, Cole Louison sat down with Imprint. Here, he talks about what really prepared him for the industry and what his average day is like working for a top publication while freelancing for others, like The New York Times


The Professionals: Textile Designer, Diana Martini

Diana Martini graduated with degrees in textile and art & design, which she fueled into a successful career in textile design. She has received multiple awards for her work, and has even been featured in several galleries. On the side, she runs a blog, Please Sir, where she shares her daily inspirations.


The Professionals: Marketeer turned Publisher, Erin Loechner

Erin Loechner has taken the ultimate DIY career approach, studying the mass of her interests, and following through with what she knows best--communication--in whatever she does. Presently, she's managing a blog, Design for Mankind, which racks in 56,000 viewers a week, and a spin-off magazine, Mankind Mag, which has just sent out its forth issue. Here, she gives us the in.  

 


The Professionals: Cindy Krikawa, a Woman of Many Careers

A paralegal turned marketing professional, Cindy Krikawa is now working on a marketing project for Tusk, and has a lot to say about career shifts. She also runs a blog, Quaint Handmade.   


The Professionals: Magazine Writer, Joanna Goddard

The Professionals is a new Imprint column, where we invite people with established careers to confess about their professional lives. Think of it like a virtual careers' day.

First up is Joanna Goddard, a magazine writer living in New York City. She currently blogs for Glamour, and runs her own personal blog, Cup of Jo. She also freelances for media powerhouses, like New York Magazine and Elle.

Image Courtesy of Joanna Goddard


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