Johanna Erin Jacobson
Freelance writer and photojournalist focused on culinary, travel and lifestyle stories. Ms. Jacobson divides her time between California and Italy and is a certified Italian sommelier and law school graduate. Published internationally she writes in both English and Italian with a sprinkling of Neapolitan dialect. When not working she can be found picking chestnuts or discovering obscure wines. Her professional development while living and working abroad in Europe 10+ years, combined with her degree in law and her professional video and photography skills, allow for a winning combination both in the tourism, the wedding lifestyle and media industries. She is a Photoshop master with Premiere and After Effects skills rounding out her multiple Adobe CC tech skills. Moving seamlessly between management and independent projects, she quickly initiates projects and ideas. Best known for the ability to brainstorm, storyboard, capture and output social media friendly content, such as viral videos, photographs and both short and long form editorial pieces. Her cross-cultural sensitivity and demeanor will immediately capture your audience, place your clients at ease and attract influencers and social engagement. From wine, travel, weddings and everything in between.
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Published Articles (7)
Photography and accompanying story linking Mona Lisa, the historic Tornabuoni hotel and Florence, Italy as a top destination wedding and honeymoon escape.
Article promoting hosts hotels, rooftops, borgos and other destination options both in Florence and it’s surrounding villages for weddings and honeymoons. Describes the step by step process for completing a […]
Photography and accompanying inspiration story for destination weddings with our hosts along Italy’s hidden gem, the Cilento Coast. Just an hour south of it’s more famous cousin, the Amalfi Coast, […]
Tips for cruise passengers docking or departing from at Rome’s port in Civitavecchia.
Food photography – after hosted dinner, was able to post photographs taken at the restaurant to a top food blog column in the Los Angeles Times, a key media post.