Laura Holson is an award-winning writer and visual journalist for The New York Times. She has been writing about the intersection of money and power in Hollywood and Silicon Valley for two decades and profiled everyone from George Clooney to Donald Trump Jr., Sean Parker, David Geffen, Marissa Mayer, Will Smith, Steven Spielberg, Tom Ford and Joy Reid. She’s written about Brad Pitt for Vanity Fair, her experience having Covid-19 for The New York Times Magazine and new age gurus for Town & Country. She is a frequent guest on radio shows and podcasts.
Laura was awarded the National Magazine Award for public service reporting, and was one of a team of reporters awarded the Gerald Loeb prize for coverage of the near-collapse of Long-Term Capital Management.
If you are interested in hiring Laura for writing or other projects, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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