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Andreas Tzortzis

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He has worked as a journalist for the New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Newsweek and Monocle Magazine from Berlin and London before leading Red Bull’s mainstream-facing content platform, The Red Bulletin, from Los Angeles. He recently returned to his hometown of San Francisco with his small family. dre@agei.st

Renaissance Magazine

With her active parents as role models, graphic designer Mikella Lowe launched a blog in 2013 documenting interesting people over 50 she came across while pushing her baby in a stroller on the sidewalk. Two years ago, that blog idea became a fully fledged magazine. Stories on body imperfection...

Ben Winkler

Among the hardest things to nail down about Ben Winkler is his timeline. Not just where he came from and where he’s been, but where he’s going. I reached him by phone in Sedona, Arizona where he arrived after spending the previous days hunkering down at night in places...

Teresa Thornber-Mann

At 60, Teresa Thornber-Mann says she was deemed too old to be working in London’s financial center—where she had risen to executive assistant—and was let go. She spent the next few weeks searching for a similar job before discovering that none would materialize. “After the crisis comes a realization that...

Omar Albertto

There are no short phone calls with Omar Albertto. Whatever it is you want to ask him invariably ends with you on a fantastical adventure into vintage Studio 54, onto the set of a Herb Ritts photo shoot or into the modern-day LA disco hotspot Giorgio’s. For more than 40...

Open Water Swimming

It's the perfect time of year to get into the water, so we got in touch with open water swimming coach and competitor Kirsten Read to get her thoughts on training. Though the Maine-based Read has been swimming competitively since high school, the 53-year-old feels she's just now rounding into...

Sandra Kulli

I’ve done a lot of traveling lately, speaking to audiences on the east coast and in Switzerland about all of you and the inspiration I draw from this community. That word has never really been about one group or demographic for me; indeed, we work with millennials, champion the...

Michael Blake

The dancer’s life is filled with triumphs and stresses. For every stretch of job instability and for every bit of wear and tear the body endures, there is the adulation that follows a great performance, and the feeling of completeness on the stage. For most of his well-regarded career, Blake...

Laura Silverman

Everything about opening up a restaurant in Narrowsburg made sense to Laura Silverman. The town, two hours from New York City, was starting to get hipster cred. Her passion for foraging and locally-sourced cooking would provide the weekend visitors the kind of farm-to-table experience that they craved. She worked on...

Mary P Shriver

I was photographing this week’s profile subject, Mary Shriver when I noticed a chin-up bar in her bathroom. She jumped up to demonstrate and ripped off a couple of impressive pull-ups before the bar became dislodged and she fell four feet onto the tiled floor, hitting her tailbone. Then she...

Bonnie Mackay

Inspiration hits Bonnie Mackay everywhere. She might be window shopping in a foreign city or scouring every last inch of exhibition space at a trade show. A design or a piece will catch her eye, sending her on a journey to understand not just the craft behind the piece...
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