Izzy Howell is a Vogue-featured artist, writer, and marketing manager who specializes in editorial writing, copy writing, and brand development. You can find her work in publications across the US, and even as far as Dubai. She’s written for Thrive Global, Teen Vogue, Girls in Real Life, Here Magazine, Song of Style, and (the now late) Over the Moon Magazine. She has interviewed inspiring female entrepreneurs and CEOs, including Madison Utendahl of Museum of Ice Cream and Nanea Reeves of Tripp Inc.
Currently, she works as a freelance writer and brand strategist. She manages all editorial and copy content for Song of Style and Gayl Walder Yoga, and has recently been asked to contribute to Swaay and Utah Business Magazine. Izzy also creates copy for luxury brands such as Eckhaus Latta, and also for more accessible retailers, including Johnny Was. She has also written copy for Brand+Aid, a leader in creating superb branded merchandise and brand strategy. Building and developing brands through e-commerce, editorial content, and digital platforms is her specialty; Izzy excels in capturing the voice and vision of each brand she work with.
Izzy brings an enthusiastic sense of entrepreneurialism into every project she takes on. Creating meaningful content and connecting to consumers and readers through stories are her passions.
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