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A Magazine is a definitive online arts and lifestyle hub, devoted to bringing our readers the latest in food, culture, design and travel – all that enriches our lives. Designed for the modern adventurer, A Magazine is your guide to fascinating tales and sensational experiences from all around the world.

Curated by founder, editor and seasoned traveller, Susan Harte brings her own sense of style to the magazine. At A Magazine we search and filter ideas bringing you fabulous content married with life experiences from our contributors around the globe. A Magazine delivers a trustworthy source of information and entertainment for you to delve into at your leisure.

We know that in our busy lives we are constantly bombarded with information, so we pride ourselves on our selective eye, sharing only what we think is the very best of what’s out there: unique restaurants, under-the-radar art exhibitions, quirky, one-of a-kind holidays – luxury mixed with a little attitude. We are dedicated to exploring and creating, selecting and sharing ideas that will inspire you, not overwhelm you.

A Magazine – curating the interesting & beautiful.


Susan Harte, London


A former lawyer, Susan's career and family life took her from New Zealand to France, New York, Sydney and now London where she lives with her husband and three children. She loves the old and well worn but appreciates the new and the modern.


Jo Pinnegar, Sydney

Sub Editor

Specialising in marketing communications and copy writing, Jo has more than 20 years experience writing and editing in the UK, Hong Kong and Australia. A true blue Brit, Jo now enjoys the sunshine as a Sydney-sider, and has a penchant for a good story.


Julia Champtaloup, Sydney


Julia helped to establish Art Month Sydney, a contemporary art festival now in its fourth year. Being a supporter of artists and their projects has taken her to many of the world’s art hot spots and exhibitions. Currently working with several not-for-profit organisations to support art projects and artist residencies, Julia is also a photographer and Instagram addict.


Beth Whitman, New York


Our New York City contributor is a freelance writer, editor, and occasional photographer with a Masters in Journalism. Beth lives in Greenwich Village with her family and is passionate about all things New York.


Toby Blyth, Sydney


Toby reads, learns languages and collects art. In his spare time, he is a commercial litigator in a large law firm in Sydney's CBD.


Rachel Ang, Melbourne


Rachel holds Bachelor degrees in Fine Art and Architecture. As an artist she has shown her work in a number of Melbourne Artist Run Initiatives, including Blindside, Platform, Seventh Gallery, Mailbox 141, and TCB Art Inc. Currently she works in a small but fun architecture studio in Fitzroy.


Rooksana Hossenally, Paris


Rooksana (aka @rooksanah) was born in London and has lived in Istanbul, Mauritius, South India, the Isle of Wight, Barcelona and Paris. Being a complete travel addict, she's hard to track down, but when she isn’t halfway across the world, she can be found in Paris, where she currently lives and works. She has collaborated with various other publications including The New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, The Huffington Post and Dazed Digital.


Marc Bouchard, Paris


Marc was born in Paris and spent most of his childhood in France, Africa and America. For the last decade, Marc has been living between Sydney and Paris. With a background in advertising, interior styling, photography and fine arts, his most recent work is in the music industry.


Natasha Gammell, Tel Aviv


Born in Rome, raised in Buenos Aires, London and Sydney, this Time Out trained journalist has spent her more recent years in India and Los Angeles. Other than family, the one thing that remains a constant in the 24-year-old’s itinerant life is an obsession with the arts. An English Lit. graduate, she is fascinated with classics, utterly moved by Ian McEwan, will never fall asleep in the theatre, attempts E-minor guitar and pines to return to the Edinburgh Festival. She also dreams of being a boot scootin' cowgirl, but that can only happen after her life swap with Frida Kahlo.


Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore, Sydney


Clarissa, originally from the United Kingdom, lived in China from 2009 to 2014 during which time she worked as the associate editor and books editor for Time Out Beijing and the art editor for Time Out Shanghai. She wrote regularly for American and British newspapers including The Economist, Financial Times, Los Angeles Times and Wall Street Journal, among others. She was also an op-ed columnist for the International New York Times, reporting from China for the blog Latitude: Views From Around the World. She now lives in Sydney.


Jos Budge, Sydney

Carson Gray Elias, Middle East

Helen Hayes, Sydney

Georgi Waddy, New Zealand


Richard Foulser, New York