Ariel Lauren Wilson, Editor in Chief
Lauren grew up on her family’s farm in the North Carolina mountains. She now lives in Brooklyn, where she keeps inedible oysters with the Billion Oyster Project. Lauren is also a 2018 Stone Barns Exchange Fellow.
Brian Halweil, Editor at Large
Bridget Shrivell, Digital Strategy Editor
Bridget grew up in Mystic, CT and now lives in the Bronx where she is slowly getting to know her new neighborhood and Upper Manhattan. She’s obsessed with the beach, coffee and simple things.
Carrington Morris, Contributing Editor
Carrington is a contributing editor and copy editor at Edible.
Mandy Naglich, Social Media Editor
Mandy is from north of Philadelphia, she now lives, writes and brews in Lower Manhattan. She’s a Certified Cicerone and won gold at the National Homebrew Competition for her signature saison.
Chloe Hoeg, Designer
Chloe is a Pittsburgh native in a long distance relationship with NYC. She currently designs from a nook in Boston where she also spends time drawing, cooking and mainlining coffee. When she isn’t busy working she can usually be found hanging out with a cat (or two).
Liz Clayman, Photo Editor
Liz is a native Mainer, now longtime Brooklynite. She is a freelance photographer and photo editor, specializing in the culinary industry. Speaking of, her last meal would be a hunk of gooey cheese, a loaf of bread and a gallon of crisp white wine.
Publishing, Advertising and Events
Stephen Munshin, Publisher
Kerri Deuel, Publishing Manager
Kerri lives and works on the East End where the beach and trails bring her peace. She thinks pasta is a perfect breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack.
Meg Savage, Business Development & Experiential Initiatives
Meg lives and works in Brooklyn, where she and her family are constantly exploring, eating and drinking (well, not the kids). Speaking of, her drink of choice is a good crisp cider or white wine. Meg is a co-founder of Food Loves Tech and is on the advisroy board of ReThink, a non profit working to recover nutritious excess food to provide low or no-cost meals to New York City families in need.
Michaela Johnson, Event Manager
Michaela recently started making her own vanilla extract to use in her many baking adventures. Since failing miserably to grow her own windowsill herbs, she has been dreaming of the day she has a small plot of land to grow her own edible garden.