14238214_10153705073406039_8806283491955083642_nNatalie Hope McDonald is a freelance writer, editor and artist based in Philadelphia with more than 20 years of experience in the publishing industry. Her work regularly appears in newspapers, magazines and journals, and on websites and blogs around the country.

Before starting her own business, Natalie was senior editor of lifestyle publications for Boston and Philadelphia magazines. She’s the former editor-in-chief of G Philly, a print magazine and website produced by Philadelphia magazine. She’s currently a contributor to the PhillyVoice and New York magazine’s Vulture.com.

Natalie has spent many years covering the consumer technology industry, as well as topics ranging from business and design to health, news and sustainability. She’s written both in-depth features and breaking news on location. She’s also interviewed celebrities and business leaders from around the world, written reviews, previews and guides, and analyzed industry trends. She covered both Bill Cosby criminal trials for New York magazine, and regularly reports on celebrity legal news.

In addition to her work as a reporter, Natalie’s also an accomplished fine artist, illustrator and muralist. Her work is in private and corporate collections around the world.

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  1. Ma’am,
    I write to ask your permission to use one of your photographs in an internal training article for the Philadelphia Fire Department. It will be distributed for free to our members and you will receive credit of course.
    Thank-you for your attention to this matter.
    Stay safe and stay well.

    CPT. Matthew Rock
    Field Training Unit
    Philadelphia Fire Academy


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