Heather Myers, Co-founder of Paper&String, is a former business strategist for Scholastic Corp, creator of the digital music division at Universal Music and a consultant to small media and entertainment businesses. Ms. Paper has lived in Chelsea for 10 years.

Joe Dolce, Co-founder, Paper&String, is the former editor-in-chief of Details and Star magazines, co-founder of and Public Relations Director of the nightclub AREA. Mr. String has lived or worked in Tribeca for 25 years.

Evan Mulvihill, managing editor, writes and blogs from our Meatpacking office. When not working, he can be spotted running across the Manhattan Bridge in a bright multi-colored windbreaker. See his work at

Alan Roth believes that you can live your entire life in Williamsburg and not be worse off for it—unless you need a bank or some sort of medical procedure. He likes button-down shirts, wingtips and old steamer trunks, and writes for BlackBook, People, New York and more.

David Blotner lives in Kips Bay, dances swing in Midtown West, and shoots for Guest of a Guest wherever the next gala is. View his work at

Matthew Krell is a freelance photographer based in Summit, NJ. See his work at

Kari Milchman has written for New York Magazine, New York Press and City Arts. She is currently chained to a desk at Manhattan Media HQ, as Associate Editor of AVENUE Magazine. She lives in South Slope, Brooklyn.

Site Design: Here Design is an award winning international design and branding firm based in London. The firm does work for Nigella Lawson, Soho House, The Balvenie, and Fortnum & Mason, among many other noteworthy clients. See their work at

Site Build: Jay Signorello is a passionate developer with over 9 years experience building and designing apps. When not glued to a glowing screen, he enjoys spending time with his wife, family, and fixing up his house. See what he is currently up to at


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