Lauren Gallow is known for her writing, editing, and research skills in the fields of art, design, and architecture. However, she has written for a wide range of publications from encyclopedias to yoga blogs to museum websites. Lauren's work aims to illuminate her subject through writing that is intelligent yet accessible, all while retaining a voice that is authentically her own. Lauren was trained as an Art Historian, and her academic writing focuses on projects that blur the boundaries between art, design, and architecture. For example, she has written on hypothetical architecture and the exhibition of design and architectural prototypes. Her Master's thesis focused on the visual culture of architecture: she wrote on contemporary shelter magazine Dwell and their re-toolings of architectural modernism. Lauren is very interested in producing arts writing that combines personal experience with visual analysis in order to craft compelling narratives.