Tiffany Bakker is a writer and editor with 20-years’ experience in newspapers, magazines and digital media; currently based in New York, with regular assignments in and around Los Angeles.

Tiffany’s primary specialization is arts and culture – film, TV, music, art, architecture and design, but she has also reported on sports, women’s issues and LGBTQ rights; produced comment pieces, and has worked for the past two years as a breaking-news editor and digital producer.

Tiffany is adept at producing both news stories and longform features, and also has broadcast experience, reporting to camera from red carpet events in New York and Los Angeles.

Over the course of her career, she has interviewed hundreds of cultural figures, including Jennifer Lopez, Leonardo DiCaprio, Beyonce, Angelina Jolie, Stevie Nicks, Ben Affleck, Tommy Hilfiger, Debbie Harry, Amy Adams, Jerry Seinfeld, Lena Dunham, Pink, Emily Blunt, Taylor Swift, Matthew McConaughey, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anthony Hopkins and Rose Byrne.

As a regular contributor to leading interiors and design magazine Vogue Living, Tiffany was commissioned to write the entire January 2019 special issue on Los Angeles, that featured Pamela Shamshiri’s RM Schindler house; Mark Haddawy’s John Lautner home; Lana Gomez’s Kelly Wearstler-designed wonderland; The Ford Estate in Palm Springs, and Brigette Romanek’s 1925 Mediterranean-style mansion, which formerly hosted the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix, and where the Red Hot Chili Peppers recorded Blood Sugar Sex Magik.

Tiffany’s writing credits in Australia, the UK and the US include Vogue (Australia), Rolling Stone, the New York Times, Elle (Australia), Vogue Living, Marie Claire (Australia), Women in the World (Tina Brown Media), Sunday Style, Stellar, GQ (Australia), the Herald Sun, the Sunday Herald Sun, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Net-A-Porter (London) and TNT Magazine (London).

Tiffany grew up in Geelong, Australia, graduating from Deakin University with a degree in journalism and English literature, before moving to London for two years, and to the US in 2008. She lives in New York City with her wife, Mika.