Lee Musho is a senior at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, the best journalism school in America. Her major is Magazine, with minors in Art History and Spanish. She has also studied Creative Nonfiction and Memoir Writing under the writers Saïd Sayrafiezadeh and Craig Morgan at NYU. Currently she is a digital intern for New York Magazine.
She has been writing for Baked Magazine, voted the premier college magazine in the United States, since her freshman year, and has since worked up from blogger to Digital Director, and now to Editor-in Chief.
She has been a stylist for Zipped Magazine as well as a contributing writer for Jerk Magazine. She was also the Food Editor for Fresh U, a national online publication for college students, where she was in charge of videography and managing a team of writers.
She became a production assistant for FIG Productions, working on videography for the Condé Nast brands Bon Appétit and Epicurious. Most notably, she assisted on the launch of Basically, a vertical within Bon Appétit.
She began her career by interning under Marc Einsele, the editor-in-chief of a Brazilian Luxury Magazine, XOP, now folded. Her next step was interning under the celebrity stylist Ise White, also a Hearst International Editor, which included assisting at e-commerce and editorial fashion shoots for Elle and Elie Tahari. Later, she began assisting under editorial stylist Lex Robinson for projects with the Marilyn Agency, NY Models, and V Magazine, with esteemed photographer Emily Soto.
In addition to Baked, Lee is a freelance communications consultant and content writer and editor.
Her hobbies include art and fashion photography, film and video editing, painting, writing restaurant reviews, articles, short nonfiction essays, and traveling around the globe.
Once out of college she plans on writing for a magazine concerning food, travel, and culture.