Tiffany Robyn Soetikno (Photography Editor) With one foot in Jakarta, Indonesia and another in New York, U.S.A., Robyn spends her time writing for her own blog (kisahjika.com), Speak! Magazine, and IndonesiaMengglobal.com. In 2010, she published a children’s book entitled Supercilious Ways of the Beautiful Blossoms. A global health and theatre student at Sarah Lawrence College, she is passionate about health issues, theatre, research, writing, photography, and human interaction. As photography editor, Robyn is interested in bridging the written and visual world through captured images, as well as featuring SLC’s best photographs on SLCspeaks’ tumblr: http://slcspeaks.
Gabrielle Campagnano (Opinion Editor)’s favorite word is communication. She is described by close friends (and enemies) as “diligent,” “an appreciator of words,” “jolly,” “hottest monogomist” and “moogle”. Although she concentrates in Poetry at Sarah Lawrence, you can talk to her about intelli-rap and Szechuan peppercorns. Post-grad, Gabrielle plans on readying the next generation of artists (ages 5-10) to take on the world with mindfulness and sensitivity.
Anna Quinlan (SLCspeaks Studio Director) is a film kid and hyper-curious about the world in general. Moonlighting as a wedding videographer, she strives to one day become her own boss as a filmmaker and illustrator. Anna is easy to talk to and anyone who knows her knows that free candy is the way to her heart. To see some of her work, check out www.annaquinlan.com
James Neiley (Fashion Editor) is a senior and enjoys lounge kimonos, vintage fur, and large bathtubs. He studies fashion history and french, but particularly revels in excellent cinema costume design.
Zoe Marquedant (Outside Editor) doesn’t talk about Fight Club. She is an SLC writing student, Game of Thrones fanatic and aspiring adult. She can be found around campus perpetuating awkward moments and swearing like a sailor. Zoe firmly believes life is what happens in-between good cups of coffee.
Carmen Hall (On Campus Editor) studies a medley of economics, women’s history, writing, and film. Between Titsworth, class, and life in the city with her art collective, you can find Carmen reading the beginnings of books and writing in her journal near Cathedral of St. Johns the Divine.