Tokyo In The Arroyo, Pasadena Magazine, May/June 2013
Cream of the Crop, Pasadena Magazine, July/August 2013
Lottermann and Fuentes Present Ping Pong in Los Angeles, Beautiful Savage Magazine, April 2014
Essays & Events
Is Anti-Aging Becoming a Dirty Word?, Town & Country, October 2015
Letting Go By Lighting Up, NYLON, April 2015
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Adriana Anderson is a Los Angeles-based writer and journalist. She has written about art, fashion, health & wellness, beauty, architecture, and food for both online and print publications. After years of work experiences at Pasadena Magazine, Los Angeles Confidential, and Town & Country, she is well-versed in the realm of luxury lifestyle.
Prior to her return to Southern California, Adriana studied media in London and Paris and lived in New York, where she earned her master’s degree at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
A cultural traveler, Adriana has written many stories while abroad. As an undergraduate, she took her passion for journalism to France, where she studied the French language at L'Institut Catholique de Paris and art criticism under music critic Evelyn McDonnell. She chronicled her experiences in a blog, writing about everything from opera, food and art, to Islamic influence in architecture, and the cultural nuances she observed while living in Paris. Inspired by her travels, she wrote her senior thesis on the differences between Los Angeles, London, and New York pub culture.
Previously, Adriana held public relations positions in film and television marketing in Los Angeles and at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business on the London campus.
Adriana continues to write about the innovators of creative industries while exploring diverse art communities both near and far.