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Contributors

We are fortunate to have a talented group of writers, photographers, designers and videographers adding to the content you see here on The Living Room. Click through to see their contributions. If you’re interested in becoming a contributor, please let us know! We’re always looking for new ideas and talent.
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Charlene is a freelance interior decorator, product stylist and content creator. Her passion for styling inspired her to create All Style Life where she enjoys blogging about décor, styling and sharing her favourite DIYs. One of her proudest moments was becoming a homeowner herself and she loves to share her home décor over Instagram. You can find her at @allstylelife.
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Christine is a married mom to three kids under the age of eight and they all live in the suburbs of the Greater Toronto Area. She and her husband are the founders and editors of the family lifestyle blog Amidst the Chaos, which has a flare for family travel, home décor and DIY, food, fashion and everything in between.
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Angie is a University of Toronto graduate in communications and professional writing. She is currently finishing journalism school while juggling the position of Multimedia Coordinator at Truly Social Inc. When she's not working or studying, Angie loves to attend concerts and shows, and try every new food item she can get her hands on. You can find her on Twitter @GIGIJourn.
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Annisha is an internationally published writer and content strategist. She has written for Toronto Life, The Culture Trip, Smith Hotels, Darling Magazine and other lifestyle media platforms. Annisha loves all things interior design and spends most of her free time planning her dream home inspired by all of the places she's traveled. Annisha currently works as a content marketing consultant for entrepreneurial changemakers.
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Anubha Momin got her start in film and television three and a half years ago in the unlikely locale of Iqaluit as the Production Manager for the only serialized show made in Nunavut. She now works on and off screen as a host, producer, and content creator for outlets like VICE, CBC, and Netflix. Anubha was named one of 50 Outstanding Canadians by the Huffington Post in 2016, joined The Walrus Talks national tour as a speaker in 2017, and was a member of the 2018 Polaris Prize Grand Jury.
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Brittany Stager is a Social Media Director and agency owner by day, and author of a personal lifestyle blog, My Daily Randomness, by night. With a passion for all things home, Brittany uses her blog to showcase home decorating projects, DIY’s and tips & tricks. She also enjoys sharing recipes, travel stories, fashion roundups and her experiences as a new mom. When she’s not blogging, you can find her playing with her daughter Emily, walking her dog Maddy or eating dessert.
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Carolyn is a published author, broadcaster and print journalist, and Woman of Vision Award recipient. Carolyn’s professional and volunteer work, as well as residency in the picturesque Shuswap, have provided her numerous opportunities to learn about her community and its history.
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Cassandre Salomon is an interior designer and freelance writer. When she’s not designing virtually for clients all over the world or writing about interior decorating, she’s travelling with her husband and their three children. She studied interior design at the Interior Design Institute of Vancouver and Yorkville University.
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Celestina Aleobua is a multimedia coordinator leading the visual aesthetic and publishing for REALTOR.ca's The Living Room. She's a multifaceted creative director with work in film, photography, writing, and digital media. She is obsessed with interior design, especially the creativity involved in repurposing, refurbishing and reupholstering furniture, and one day hopes to dabble in the house-flipping business. You may find some of her work at www.thatafrikan.com.