Virginia Living’s June Issue

In the June issue of Virginia Living, I wrote a feature story on the Fang family’s beautiful 11,000-square-foot home on the James River in Williamsburg, Virginia. The issue is on newsstands now, so go grab a copy! I’ll post the story later when it’s up online. cheers, marissa

R•Home Magazine’s May-June 2017 Issue

My favorite thing about writing for R•Home Mag is getting to spend time with inspiring people in Richmond. In the May-June issue I had the pleasure of writing the cover story on Alison Barber’s vibrant Ginter Park home — the fabulous interiors by the talented interior designer Jennifer Stoner. And for my “Favorites” column, I visited with jewelry designer Jay Sharpe to learn about his evolution as an artist and take a look at the pieces of art that inspire him and fill his house with joy. Grab a copy of the issue — on newsstands now! xo, marissa

R•Home Magazine’s March/April Issue

In my quest to live and work harmoniously at home, I’ve embraced my inner hausfrau. I wrote a personal essay in the March/April issue of R•Home Magazine about my journey to find balance when I feel torn between writing and mastering domesticity. Do other freelancers experience this when working from home?

I also had the pleasure of writing about the talented and awesome Alyssa Salomon, a local photographer and screen-printer. Grab a copy off newsstands now, and happy reading!
xo xo, marissa

Richmond Magazine’s 2017 Sourcebook

richmond-magazine-2017-sourcebook-coverRichmond Magazine’s biblical Sourcebook is out now. When I was an editor at the mag, I remember the daunting task of helping put together this beast of a book. I got to work on it right as we moved to town, and it was a great way for me to get to know the River City.  The glossy showcases everything you need to know about living and working in Richmond from the city’s great attractions and distractions to school and business news, along with living and dining tidbits. In this issue I wrote a little piece on outdoor living and the trend of homeowners investing more in their backyards and patios. Go out and grab yo’self a copy now, and happy reading! xo, marissa

R•Home Magazine January/February 2017 issue

In the January/February issue of R•Home magazine I wrote about Richmond’s restaurants. But rather than focusing on the food, I wrote about the beautiful design that goes into some of our city’s fabulous eateries. We also included a sidebar on how to get the look at home. Read the story here.

Along with writing a restaurant design feature on Shagbark, Laura Lee’s, and Belle & James, I had the pleasure of interviewing Evan and Kristy Cotter, owners of the gift shop Dear Neighbor, for the magazine’s Favorites column. If you haven’t made it to their new Church Hill boutique, it’s worth a visit. Happy reading! xo, marissa