Lauren Tresp is the editor and publisher of THE Magazine. She has a Master of Arts in Humanities from the University of Chicago, where she studied Medieval and Renaissance Art History, and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and History from UCLA.
Clayton Porter is an artist living and working in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Assistant Creative Director
Mariah Romero is currently attending Santa Fe University of Art & Design and will be receiving a BFA in graphic design in the Spring. Her interests are editorial and publication design.
Jordan Eddy is the marketing director of form & concept, and co-director of the emerging art space NO LAND. As an arts writer, he has contributed to Santa Fe Reporter, Visual Art Source, art ltd, New Mexico Magazine and other publications.
Originally from Truchas, New Mexico, Alicia Inez Guzmán currently lives and works in Santa Fe. Her writing focuses on Indigenous and mestizo art practices and histories of land use in the Southwest. She is a 2017 recipient of an Andy Warhol Foundation Creative Capital Arts Writers Grant for her website Tierra Firme Projects.
Jenn Shapland is a nonfiction writer living in New Mexico. Her work has appeared in Tin House, Pastelegram, Lit Hub, Electric Literature, and elsewhere. She teaches Creative Writing at the Institute of American Indian Arts and she designs and makes clothing for Agnes in Santa Fe. Her first book, The Autobiography of Carson McCullers, will be published in 2019 by Tin House Books.
Chris first saw Santa Fe from the top of La Bajada Hill on a trip west in 1992 and decided to stay. He has been art director of THE Magazine since 1993. He now lives in Philadelphia and spends most of his free time sailing the Chesapeake Bay. Along the way Chris got involved in tech and has been a founder or early employee of ten tech companies including some you’ve probably even heard of. He teaches entrepreneurship and technology management at Drexel and is chairman of the board of the Philadelphia Wooden Boat Factory, a non-profit that teaches resiliency to at-risk youth. Chris attended the New College of Florida and graduated from the Eugene Lang College with a dual-degree in Philosophy and English.