Danielle Directo-Meston

Highlights

Danielle Directo-Meston is an LA-based freelance writer specializing in travel, home, and fitness. When she's not busy typing away on her laptop, you can find her exploring the city with her husband and two young children. You can follow Danielle on Twitter @danielledirecto and on Instagram at @danielledmeston.

Experience

You can find Danielle's bylines in various print and digital publications including The Hollywood Reporter, MyDomaine, Curbed LA, and Pacific San Diego magazine. She was previously the associate editor of Racked LA, and she's also the founder and editor of UncoverLA.com, where she writes about local retail news, fashion, and lifestyle. 

 

Education

Danielle earned her BA in journalism with an emphasis in anthropology from Cal State University, Northridge in 2009.

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