Founder, Executive Editor and Chief of Parties
Juliet Vedral is a native New Yorker, currently exploring the rough and tumble of Washington DC. She knows you want to see her credentials, but she prefers not to define herself by her resume. Juliet is an avid pop-culture and history buff, possessing both an encyclopedic knowledge of Arrested Development and an appropriately nerdy amount of books about the Nixon presidency and Watergate. When she’s not busy writing, Juliet is either cleaning something or practicing yoga. You can read her posts here.
Regular Blogger, Art-Director, and in-house registered Joyologist
Faith McCormick is a New York-based designer and art-director, master of the high kicks and can speak English in several accents. Originally from Georgia, she graduated from the University of Virginia and Virginia Commonwealth University’s Brandcenter. Faith has worked in advertising, magazines, book design and most recently on non-profit projects. Faith has a particular mastery of obscure movie quotes, and is a ghost writer/performer on an undisclosed mockumentary. She can often be found humming to herself, engaging in frenzied dancing and generally starting a party wherever she goes. You can read her posts here.
Founder, Managing Editor and Resident Eye Candy
Ryan White was born and bred in the glorious Garden State where he lived a wholesome and handsome childhood before heading northward for college where he majored (on purpose) in Philosophy. Upon graduation and the painful realization that the labor market had scant use for proofs of one’s own existence, he packed up and headed to DC in search of the next noble truth: partisan politics. While there he became drawn to both international relations and competitive crocheting, eventually deciding on a career in the former. He then pursued his passion for international relations and massive student loan debt by moving to New York City to obtain a master’s degree in the field, and two years later made his triumphant return to DC for a job that actually paid him. His friends describe him alternatively as “someone I would not object too strongly to my sister marrying” and “an enigma wrapped in a riddle with a creamy nougat filling.” He is an Aquarius and thinks your sister is hot. You can read his posts here.