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Founded in June 2009 and based out of Hollywood, CA, Disarray Magazine, an indie publication, was created with the sole purpose of reviewing the best in: Music, Fashion, Food and Events. Disarray’s comprehensive coverage is written by individuals with a strong passion for discovering underground trends, artists, events and offbeat eateries. At Disarray, we give you a taste of what we like (and hate.)


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Who we are: 

Editor-in-Chief: Christy Buena


Formerly an editor at Demand Media, writer at Citysearch, The Examiner, LA Youth Newspaper and proofreader at The Los Angeles Daily News, Christy Buena decided to start Disarray Magazine because she missed writing what she wanted. From hiring writers, to contacting publicists and making assignments, Christy is responsible for the editorial strategy of Disarray Magazine.
Questions, comments or suggestions? Contact Christy@disarraymagazine.com 





Bianca Alvino

Bianca is a Florida State University graduate with a strong passion for writing and a love of food. Reviewing a number of restaurants and cafe's in the Los Angeles area, Bianca is your source to the best in food and drink.



Crissy Done


Crissy Done graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor’s in English and a strong desire to write. Her passions include fashion, beauty, music, food and travel. 




Jessyca Dewey

Jessyca is an L.A.-based editor for Demand Media who moonlights as a freelance writer with a focus on beauty and fashion writing. She has written for Back Stage magazine and Beverly Hills [213] magazine, among other regional publications. Dewey spends her free time reading InStyle, volunteering with the foster kids organization Peace4Kids, making and enjoying great food, and hanging out with her wee dog Webster.
Follow her on Twitter @jessycadewey



Conrad Garcia
Conrad Garcia
I am a stand up comedian who appreciates life and feels laughter is always the best medicine. Because if you are not LAUGHING, you must be sleeping. And most importantly,"Though I have fingers, I LACK TOES."

XOXO
-Conrad Garcia








Amy Kniss

Before relocating to Southern California, Amy Kniss spent time covering city politics, crime and Bay Area news while occasionally impersonating Gavin Newsom on Twitter. Before that, she received a master's degree in politics from the University of Virginia and earned a Bachelor of Arts in government and writing at the University of Redlands -- where her controversial stories landed her in the Dean's Office more than once.



Nicole Lemberg

Nicole Lemberg is a teen concert photographer, reviewer, and band interviewer. She recently started her own website Soundcheck411.com and her work has been published on numerous music related sites. She is a point and shooting guard on her high school basketball team. In her free time Nicole goes to concerts and hangs out with friends.


Eric Mora


Eric Mora is a Los Angeles based Film Composer/guitarist and specializes in music. Always up for something new he is always looking to see what new sounds are out there. To contact Eric you can email him at aromratiug@gmail.com




Jennifer Morris

Jennifer is a hospitality marketing specialist by day and owner of Ajenda Public Relations by night. Having obtained her degree in fashion, while working in the restaurant field, she is a self proclaimed fashion and food junkie. When she isn’t working or sleeping, she enjoys writing about her infatuations with pop culture, style, and local eateries. She can be contacted at jennifermorris@gmail.com




Joseph Hammond



Joseph Hammond is a freelance journalist who has been published in California, Estonia, Egypt, and Jordan. He enjoys learning languages and is pretty good at table football. He’s a big fan of boxing, the Los Angeles Dodgers, and FC Barçelona. He is currently based in Prague, Czech Republic.


Kimberly Fisher

Kimberly Fisher is a freelance writer based in Manhattan Beach, CA and Las Vegas, NV. She specializes in travel, lifestyle and fashion. Born with restless feet, she enjoys traveling and is always on the lookout for a new experience. So far she has traveled to over 37 countries and almost every US state. Her work has appeared in various English print and online media. Please direct inquiries to: k@kimberlyfisher.com





Nancy Mora


Nancy Mora currently works as a proofreader for a busy law firm but her exuberance derives from creative writing and bringing stories to life. She indulges in her weekly cravings from salads to chili cheese fries and is an obliging gym rat – minus the bulging muscles.





Natalie Perez


Natalie Perez has been a Music/Entertainment Journalist for 7 years - starting out with her middle and high school newspapers. She now writes for a handful of various online and print publications.





Steven Buena, Photographer/Writer



Shooting a variety of niches, Steven Buena has experience in concert footage, fashion photography, drift competitions, skateboarding photos and more. Covering everything from cars, rockstars and models, Steven is widening his scope and challenging himself everyday.



Wesley Bauman

Wesley is a writer/photojournalist originally from Oregon who makes his home in Ventura, CA. He is currently a freelance photographer/writer for and maintains an active blog (http://projectpoppycock.com/) where he writes on political and social satire regularly.










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