Daisy Alioto is a New England native now living in Brooklyn.
Her experience in media includes magazines, digital and radio. She has been published by NPR, TIME, Food & Wine and more. Alioto’s commitment to telling compelling stories has taken her cross-country with anti-GMO protesters, to college campuses combating sexual assault, and inside the studios of emerging artists and designers.
In 2015, she was hired by Time Inc. to act as the digital support for the launch of Wallpaper* US–an ambitious bespoke magazine for the American audience. Her position soon expanded to encompass managing Wallpaper* global social media accounts and audience growth strategy. She has since written about architecture and design for Curbed, 1stdibs, and Modern Magazine.
She brings an editorial sensibility to content marketing, and is just as comfortable launching a newsletter as promoting a podcast. When not working, she can be found gallery hopping or traveling solo to visit friends around the world. She’s only slightly addicted to hunting for rare architectural photography on ebay. Someday, she would like to own a lighthouse.
Alioto graduated from Bowdoin College in 2013, where she was awarded the prestigious Creative Non-Fiction and Academy of American Poets prizes. She conducted significant independent coursework on the Arab Spring and how Islamic faith shapes urban spaces. Alioto was chosen by a committee of professors and peers to deliver her class’s Baccalaureate address.