The Zoe Report

10.2.2023

Kelsey Clark

Kelsey Clark is a freelance writer, editor, and brand consultant with a decade of experience in digital media. She's covered everything from fashion and beauty to mental health, wellness, home, and travel, but primarily specializes in all things home and interior design. Her writing has appeared in Domino, Architectural Digest, Glamour, Byrdie, Who What Wear, MyDomaine, Apartment Therapy, and more, and she's worked with brands like Bed Threads, Semihandmade, Clare Paint, Block Renovation, Eye Swoon, and Bloomscape.

Previously, Clark worked as the lifestyle news editor at MyDomaine for three years, and currently heads up editorial, content strategy, and copywriting for Havenly Inc’s portfolio of lifestyle brands, including Havenly, The Inside, and Interior Define. She graduated in 2013 from Michigan State University with a Bachelor's Degree in English and Professional Writing.

Outside of the office, you can find Clark walking her pup Cora, waiting for her most recent online shopping order, thrifting furniture and decor for her 1940s home, conducting the never-ending search for the perfect pair of vintage Levis 501s, or taste-testing martinis at bars and restaurants across the Detroit area. You can catch up with her on Instagram, or check out her writing clips on her online portfolio: kelseymclark.com.

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