Art director for Local Living Education: Double BA in english and art history, University of Virginia; CSS and web design
Born and raised in Los Angeles. Before coming to The Post, was fashion and home décor editor and then deputy features editor for a chain of local newspapers in DC. Previously was editor and designer of a quarterly publication for physical therapists. Married with four children and live in Fairfax Station, Va.
Within months, Lori Yearwood lost her house, her family and business, and wound up, traumatized, on the streets of Salt Lake City. She spent two years enduring brutality as a homeless woman before she found the strength to pull herself out.
Are people really more likely to listen to men? Do women ever discriminate against them? Transgender men have a rare perspective on how both women and men experience life. And the diverse backgrounds of these four men provide even more insight into how race and ethnicity inform the gender divide in subtle and sometimes surprising ways.
Lance Wyman, the artist behind the 1968 Mexico Olympics, illustrated the cover of The Post’s special section. We talked with him and two other renowned graphic designers, Milton Glaser and George Lois, about their work, including sketches of iconic Esquire covers from 50 years ago.