Genevieve g. Walker lives in Brooklyn, New York. She is a Sacramento, California native. She works in digital production at Vanity Fair (previously a web producer for Condé Nast Traveler and Vanity Fair), and writes educational guides for photographers at PhotoShelter. Genevieve writes about bicycling in New York City for, as well as essays on books and culture for various publications. From time to time she illustrates maps for wedding invitations. Not too long ago she was managing the social media streams and blogging for NewsCred. In general, the diversity of her CV confuses people.

Genevieve received an M.A. in Journalism, magazine writing emphasis, from New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. While earning that degree Genevieve was also hard at work over at, Magnum Photos, Newsweek International, and Guernica magazine, respectively.

She graduated from Mills College (2008, honors) with a B.A. in comparative literature (French, English), and a studio art minor (painting, photography). She was awarded the Germaine Thompson Prize for excellence in French and Francophone studies.

Genevieve bicycles, appreciates photography, rock climbs, reads a lot, fetishizes coffee and drinks it. Currently she is writing a creative non-fiction mystery novel. Find her @geeeepers on Instagram. Connect over résumés or a shared interest in typography.



Genevieve Walker 2013