A journalist living in the South, Jackson Reeves is the digital media producer at Atlanta magazine, one of the country's first city publications. There, he manages the magazine's social media endeavors and newsletter programs, updates the website's editorial content, writes for the Daily Agenda and Covered Dish blogs, and contributes to other digital media ventures. He previously worked at the publication as the assistant editor, in which capacity he ran the style section and oversaw other lifestyle areas, such as nightlife and fitness. To learn more about his projects at the magazine or for his professional contact information, visit his contributors page on the monthly's site.
Prior to joining Atlanta, Reeves plugged away at various local and national newspapers and magazines and received a degree in media studies with minors in English and philosophy from Vassar College. The Sandy Springs native returned to his hometown in 2009 to escape the hassles of poststructuralist theory, immerse himself in Southern hospitality, and binge on pork belly. However, Reeves keeps his hipster side alive by writing the blogs Insightful/Incoherent, Buffy & Barthes, and Reunderstanding Media, along with the Tumblr Media, Media, Media! In his spare time, the twenty-six-year-old enjoys reading the literature of Bret Easton Ellis and Anne Rivers Siddons, listening to Soundgarden and Sneaker Pimps, and watching anything written by Tina Fey. That, or getting outside and playing with his dog, Tucker. And he likes the Internet. A lot.
If interested in reaching Reeves for freelance work, see the below contact information. His areas of expertise include media analysis and cultural criticism.