Alison Klein joined Seattle Met in 2014 as the magazine’s digital editor/web producer, a role that includes a healthy mix of editing, front-end code wrangling, and keeping tabs on the Facebook and Twitter accounts. She also shoots photos every now and again.
Alison got her start in journalism as a photo intern at Boston’s greatest alt-weekly The Dig, and later at washingtonpost.com and Voice of America in Washington, DC where she designed web products for dozens of different language service broadcasters. She's an avid traveler and, when not working, is probably doing something outside in the great Northwest.
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