ABOUT JEN NURICK

JEN NURICK is a Sydney-based writer. In 2018, she completed a Masters of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge.

There, she wrote a dissertation that explored and dismantled popular stereotypes of Australian masculinities promoted in early Australian cinema.

In 2019, she joined the team at Vogue Australia, where she worked as fashion features writer before going out on her own in 2021.

Today, she contributes to titles including Architectural Digest, T: The New York Times Style Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar. 

Her interests include film, photography, art, music, design and technology, and she’s often writing about how these intersect with gender.

In 2022, JENNURICK.com is seven years old. It began as a creative outlet born of spare time, and spare thoughts, in between completing university assignments and fashion internships.

Today, the website remains a personal space to showcase work written and produced outside office hours, or in between deadlines and commissions. 

JENNURICK.com gives distinctly individual experiences and ideas room to breathe, as well as providing room to experiment with writing. 

Above all, this is a personal outlet.

It is a space to sit in one’s thoughts, return to them every now and then and, occasionally, discover from others that they too have derived comfort here.  

Offline, JEN NURICK is a writer and occasional ‘grammer. More on that via Instagram and Facebook.

During her time at Cambridge, she regularly contributed to the University’s newspaper Varsity under its fashion column. For clips of her work, please get in touch below. 

As always, JENNURICK.com is still finding its voice. This is an eyes and ears into her insights. We hope you enjoy.

JENNURICK.com is a personal project profiling photography, travels and other experiences, in and outside of fashion. All content is my own. For more regular updates, you can follow @JENNURICK on Instagram and Facebook. Alternatively, click below to get in touch.

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