Maria Hunt is a digital content consultant, journalist and author specializing cultural stories around wine, food, interior design, and wellness. She believes pork should be its own food group, bubbly is meant for sipping anytime, and the Sicilians got it right when they made ice cream a breakfast food. She’s the author The Bubbly Bar: Champagne Sparkling Wine Cocktails for Every Occasion (Clarkson Potter, 2009). Her work has appeared in Esquire, House Beautiful, Architectural Digest, The New York Times, The Kitchn, Apartment Therapy, and Forbes Travel Guide, plus she’s the hostess of The Bubbly Girl. Maria is based in Oakland, California.
Amy Azzarito is an author writing about design, history, and trends. Her recent book is Elements of a Home: Curious Histories Behind Everyday Household Objects, from Pillows to Forks. She lives in Marin County, California with her husband, Mark, and their toddler, Stella.
Trisha Sprouse is a Webby award-winning photographer and video producer specializing in DIY content. Her work has been featured on Domino, Hunker, BravoTV, Martha Stewart, and Food52, among others. After a near 20-year stint in Los Angeles, she moved to Jacksonville, Florida with her husband and 4-year-old twins, where they live in an old Colonial home with a small citrus grove.
Brigitt Earley is a freelance writer and editor based in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Her work has been published in a wide range of women’s lifestyle magazines, including Real Simple and Oprah Magazine. When she’s not typing away, she’s likely sprucing up her nearly 100-year-old home, tending to her garden, cooking, putting the finishing touches or her latest needlepoint design, or playing with her children.
Kelsey Clark is a freelance writer and content strategist based in Detroit. Her work has appeared in Domino, Glamour, The Zoe Report, MyDomaine, Who What Wear, Apartment Therapy, and more, and she’s partnered with brands like Bloomscape and Eye Swoon on content strategy and copywriting. When she’s not working, Kelsey is updating her wardrobe, hunting down a new vintage piece for her apartment, or exploring new bars and restaurants across Detroit.