Neil appreciates a good sofa
Neil Gladstone, Director of Content at CraftFoxes, grew up making gingerbread houses and punk rock dolls (don't ask about Cabbage Patch Sid). He also once convinced his band members to let him make a record cover out of felt. He has worked at MTV and AOL and you can feel free to bug him about anything related to the site (partnerships, a bad link, advertising, you get the idea). You can reach him at Neil@craftfoxes.com.
Lindsay Conner is a lover of cupcakes, sewing and the creative community and she is the Assistant Managing Editor for CraftFoxes. Her craft of choice is modern quilting, but she also dabbles in photography and paper crafts. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Lindsay travels whenever she can and has a serious thing for reality TV. You can keep tabs on her crafty ventures at Lindsay Sews
and Craft Buds
or reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(or Loren or Lola, whatever you prefer!) is a Los Angeles based part time vintage stylist
(check out her store Southern Dropout
!) and full time editor for Cosmo
. A nerd, hillbilly and music/film/tv fanatic, Lo loves sweet tea, baseball, her dog Somewhere and, as a recovering nail biter, any project that keeps her hands busy. Co-Founder and Editorial Director of CraftFoxes, Lo enjoys seeing all the great work that's coming down the pipeline on the site and hearing your fantastic ideas and feedback! You can reach her at email@example.com.
Jessica Weber is Project Manager of E-commerce & Marketing and also Pinterest Manager here at CraftFoxes. She is a recent graduate of Penn State and interned here with us during her senior year. She lives in Pennsylvania with her family. Jess is a nature lover and tries to incorporate the things she finds on her walks into her crafting. She is a self-proclaimed nerd as well. She started coding her own web pages at age 13, loves playing video games, and could be considered a fangirl. She loves working with people and is our seller specialist so she the go to person for any questions about the marketplace. She works hard to keep everyone happy while we develop our site. If you have any questions or feedback you can reach her at Jessica@craftfoxes.com.
Lisa Fulmer, Senior Editor at CraftFoxes, is also an artist, crafter, teacher, writer, and marketing consultant. She has worked in the craft industry for several years, previously in publishing and now as a project designer for craft product manufacturers. Her designs have been published in compilation books and magazines and she just just authored her first solo craft project and technique book. You may have seen Lisa on TV as part of a winning duo on the Alter or Falter
episode of TLC's reality game show, Craft Wars
, which aired nationally in 2012 and internationally in 2013. She currently produces an almost-weekly craft webcast,Saturdays with Lisa
, which features project ideas, product reviews, technique tutorials and prize giveaways. Visit her blog - Lisa LizaLou
- for details.
Egan, an editorial intern here at Craftfoxes, is an avid reader and
writer. If she's not tapping away at her laptop, she has her nose buried
in a book. She recently spent a year working at a
tiny, independent publishing company in Chicago, but is now exploring
other opportunities. She graduated from college in May 2011 with a
degree in English, Creative Writing and is looking for a way to put that
to use. In her spare time, she enjoys tumbling around Tumblr, watching
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert and finding new British sitcoms to
devour. You can read her book reviews at Mary's Book Nook
Lisa Garber leaves paper cranes wherever she goes—out of napkins at restaurants, bottle labels in bars, gum wrappers in cars. It’s a quaint compulsion that she turned into a business—because she’s an all or nothing kind of gal—until she realized that she missed writing. Her short stories have appeared in two anthologies and she’s currently writing and producing an indie film. She still leaves origami everywhere.
Ashley Little, Social Media Editor at CraftFoxes, is a writer and editor who left her job at Martha Stewart to freelance in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. She has her hands in all kinds of crafts, from knitting to crocheting and sewing. Her work has appeared on awesome craft sites like Whimseybox.com and Craftsy.com
, and you can see what Ashley is making on her blog, TheFeistyRedhead.