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Emily

Emily Bunn is a writer and photographer, who has been published by the likes of 360 Magazine, County Lines Magazine, Cambridge Editors, Society19, Milkcrate, WhatsPop and Gauge Magazine, among others. Specializing in lifestyle writing and entertainment journalism, Emily is constantly on the pulse of pop culture.

A bonafide media mogul, Emily currently works at 360 Magazine. While Emily produces stories in a variety of topics, she concentrates on the topics of fashion and beauty, music and entertainment, current affairs coverage, and auto industry writing. The impressive roster of clientele she’s produced writing for via 360 Magazine includes celebrities such as Beyoncé, Markice Moore, and John Oates, and high-end brands like Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini, and TAG Heuer. While Emily began as a digital media intern with 360, she has been able to cement herself as a valuable asset to the magazine as the Executive Assistant.

Emily is arriving on the scene of the publishing industry with spunk and diligence. She recently graduated magna cum laude in May of 2021 from Emerson College. During her time at Emerson, Emily majored in Writing, Literature and Publishing, with a minor in Photography. She was involved with various on-campus publications, including writing for the music blog, Milkcrate, and providing photography for the design-oriented literary magazine, Gauge.

Emily’s photographic responsibilities progressed throughout her collegiate career, due to success in documentary, darkroom, and digital photography courses. Emily’s deep passion for image-making blossomed as she worked as a film and photo tech at Emerson College’s darkroom and photo lab. Able to produce images both through both analog and digital mediums, Emily enjoys documenting street photography and live music events. Her debut photography exhibition, “People Watching” was showcased at the Huret-Spector Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts in November of 2020.

A live music enthusiast, Emily has always been very involved in her local music scene. In Boston, she worked on the Live Events team at Emerson College’s radio station, WECB.fm. Representing the underground sound of Emerson, Emily worked with the team to produce open mic nights, campus events, and sold out concerts. Eventually, Emily’s participation with WECB.fm landed her the position of Live Events Manager. She produced large scale concerts for a variety of notable musicians, including Alex G, Japanese Breakfast, and Diet Cig. Emily also worked to highlight emerging, local artists in her community by photographing album covers and organizing band photoshoots.

Emily’s involvement with the radio station didn’t stop there, as she was also a live broadcast DJ personality on WECB.fm. Throughout her entire collegiate career, Emily performed as the personality for several radio shows, including “The Cry Guys” and “Suppy?” As a DJ, Emily worked to curate weekly radio show playlists and grow her listenership. Both of her shows highlighted recently released alternative music. A weekly album review accompanied each episode, in which Emily researched and reported on musicians and offered her opinion on stand-out album tracks. Both “Suppy?” and “The Cry Guys” premiered weekly on Sunday mornings, and Emily was sure to wake up, electrify, and excite listeners with her punk music curation.

Looking towards the future, Emily is working to continue expanding her music coverage repertoire, honing in her interviewing abilities, and creating engaging, politically conscious, intelligent digital content. Connect with her on LinkedIn or Instagram.

"People Watching" photography exhibit by Emily Bunn, photographed by Emily Bunn, for use by 360 Magazine "Emily" page

Emily Bunn at her “People Watching” photography exhibit at the Huret-Spector Gallery in Boston, MA.

Vaughn Lowery, 360 MAGAZINE, accessories, unisex, digital influencers, bloggers, publisher, executive, director

5 Smart Ways To Make Money Travelling

Traveling is always lots of fun, not to mention how many benefits it can bring people of all ages. First of all, traveling kicks you out of the comfort zone, which contributes to faster self-development. In addition, it helps to broaden the horizons and get a completely new perspective on things. Finally, going abroad introduces to you new cultures, places, and people, which helps to make your image of the world around more complete. However, there is one big drawback of traveling that holds many people back from it – it always requires money and takes quite a lot of time, which makes it barely possible to combine it with work. At least, things used to be that way for many decades. Luckily, today, there are plenty of ways to make money while traveling and, in this article, we are going to tell you about the top five of them!

Work While Traveling: Top 5 Ideas

For those who believe that working requires attending an office every day and spending there at least five hours a day, we have collected a list of the smartest ways of making money being self-employed and traveling around the world!

  • Affiliate marketing

We bet that each of you is using a whole bunch of different products and services. Then why not to make money by recommending the ones you loved the most? Well, that’s what affiliate marketing is all about. Let’s say you have a favorite brand of clothes, and it is searching for affiliates. In this case, you can take pictures wearing their products, recommend others to purchase it as well and get paid for every sale. 

  • Teach something online

If you have worked in a specific field for years and seem to know all the industry-related peculiarities or if there is anything else you could teach like languages, math, singing or pretty much anything else, why not to make it your business? Teaching is one of those career opportunities that are demanded at all times, and today, with the help of technology and the Internet, tutoring was taken to a completely new level! There are lots of platforms that connect people who want to learn something to other people who can teach them. As a rule, the lessons are held in person or with the help of tools like Skype. Also, it is worth mentioning that tutoring can be paid pretty well. Thus, it is a great way to earn traveling!

  • Become a freelance writer

One of the easiest ways to combine traveling with working is to find a well-paid freelance job. There are quite many opportunities out there, so everyone can find a suitable option depending on his skills, needs, and experience. One of the easiest to find and least demanding remote career opportunities is writing. There are many offers for writers in different niches. For example, if you love sports, you could start writing posts about sport events for an online magazine. Alternatively, there are many opportunities that require no prior experience – for example, on different freelance platforms, people offer money for writing transcripts for YouTube videos. However, if you are looking for a better paying job, we suggest considering the possibility of working for an online essay writing service. Of course, such a job will require having a university degree, good proficiency at least in one subject, and more free time. However, it often brings stable and high income! For big bucks, one could even indulge in a Phd dissertation writing service.

  • Blogging

This way of earning is somewhat similar to being a freelance writer with only one significant difference – when running your own blog, you can write about whatever you want. This fact makes this opportunity very versatile and suitable for different types of people. One of the most popular ideas for a blog is traveling, and it can be rather fun when you are running such a blog while actually traveling. 

  • Launching an online store

Today, more and more people prefer to shop for all types of goods online either from a website or social media, which means that the demand for good online stores is quite high. Here we have another excellent opportunity for remote work – create an online store that sells certain products and use drop shipping to minimize the effort and time waste from your side!

Final Words

If you have always strived to discover the world and to have the time of your life, the tips from this article will definitely come in handy. With the smart ways of earning described above, everyone can forget about saving for a year to go on a trip. Instead, we offer you a simpler and much more beneficial alternative! With our tips, you can turn into a digital nomad and keep making enough money for living on the go, combining working and traveling!