Beth Ann is a freelance writer at The Knot Worldwide, where she writes a variety of content, particularly focusing on venues, honeymoon destinations and planning advice. She has been a lifestyle writer for nearly 10 years and is based in New York. Having planned her own wedding and honeymoon, Beth Ann knows how stressful but rewarding it can be and wants couples to have as much fun as possible throughout the process.
Originally from N.J., Beth Ann now lives on Long Island with her husband, son, two dogs, and one cat. When not flipping through magazines or scrolling Instagram, Beth Ann enjoys running marathons, cycling, and being a human jungle gym for her toddler and three fur-kids.
Beth Ann grew up knowing she wanted to be a writer and quickly found a niche in sports journalism. After attending Syracuse and majoring in broadcast journalism, she pivoted to sports media relations. That brought her to Long Island, where she worked in media relations for Stony Brook Athletics. When she wasn’t writing press releases, feature stories or tracking lacrosse stats, she was spending time with her then-boyfriend. She knew he was something special, and wanted to stay on the Island. When a digital writer/editor position opened up at Long Island Pulse Magazine, she applied and got the job.
While at Pulse, Beth Ann helped grow site traffic and social media engagement, covered the East End, and wrote and edited stories across verticals, from food and wine to decor and wellness. She also worked with Pulse clients, including wedding pros, to develop branded content.
After Pulse, Beth Ann began to freelance for Northforker Magazine, Parents Magazine, Healthline, Inside Lacrosse Magazine and more. She has gone on to co-found Lemonseed Creative, a digital content agency that helps businesses amplify their brands through social media, newsletters, and blogs.
Beth Ann is a graduate of Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, where she majored in broadcast journalism. While in college, she worked at the student-run TV station, CitrusTV, and interned for NBC Olympics and WSYR-TV. She holds a master’s in sport management from Ithaca College.