A Philadelphia native, Lindsey Tramuta has called Paris home since 2006. She is a food & travel journalist, author, and social media & brand consultant – roles that combine three of her greatest passions: writing, storytelling and social media.
Since 2012, she has been a Paris correspondent for international publications such as The New York Times, T Magazine, Eater, Food & Wine, Afar Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler (US & UK), the WSJ, Bon Appétit, and Fortune Magazine. For a sampling of these stories, take a look at her recent work. She has also led talks on food and dining trends and the expat experience for Dorchester Collection, Clear Ideas Agency and Boston University, and served as an editor and lead writer on a large-scale content project for Airbnb.
For her first book, Lindsey collaborated with the city of Paris and the teams behind its esteemed bike-share program Vélib, to write Paris à l’Air Libre, a sort of digital detox guide to Paris for locals. Click here to read more about this book.
Lindsey’s second book, The New Paris: the People, Places & Ideas Fueling a Movement, was released Abrams on April 18, 2017 and is an Amazon bestseller! For signings and book event updates, sign up for her monthly newsletter or order your copy now!
You can follow her personal stories about love and expat life in France on her blog Lost In Cheeseland.
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