Thank you for welcoming Potomac Lifestyle Magazine into your home each month. While we are glad to help you get to know your neighbors, retailers, and community, we realize that you do not know a lot about us....the team behind Potomac Lifestyle.
Catherine Trifiletti - Contributing Editor
Editing Potomac Lifestyle has helped me get back to my roots. I grew up in the area and, even after my parents moved, I just couldn't stay away! I now live in Logan Circle with my husband and hairy daughter, Rosie. Although I am full time with an entertainment marketing firm, supporting local journalism is of the utmost importance. I previously served as managing editor of Washington Life magazine, where I had the pleasure of experiencing our dynamic DMV area in a holistic way. If Instagram is your thing: @cathtrifslan
Keiristin Wilbert - Editor
I am excited to serve as Editor for Potomac Lifestyle magazine. I enjoy roller blading, attending festivals, musicals, concerts and hosting the hit TV show “Bacon & Bellini Explores Culture and Cuisine.” Food is my love language. Family is very important to me. My cousin and I founded www.shopcastironskillet.com as a way to expose small specialty grocery vendors to the world. In my free time, I enjoy afternoon boat outings on the Potomac.
Lauri Gross - Contributing Writer
Lauri worked in corporate PR for a decade before switching to write magazine features as a freelancer 24 years ago. She is a fan of biographies, memoirs and books about world history, and also a sports fan and dog lover. She loves tending her pollinator-friendly yard when she’s not walking, biking or swimming. Lauri and her husband of 33 years enjoy visiting their grown kids in New York and Texas.
Marie Robey Wood - Contributing Writer
Marie Robey Wood is a 7th generation Washingtonian. She and her husband Bill Wood, a retired attorney, raised four children in Chevy Chase. Marie has worked for several non-profits including The Yellow Ribbon Fund. She has been a freelance writer for The Washington Post, Potomac Life and now Potomac Lifestyle. She volunteers for The Women’s Committee for the Washington Ballet, The Capital Speakers Club and the DC Christ Child Society. She also participates in three book clubs.
Delaney Wiggins - Intern Social Media
My name is Delaney Wiggins and I am a 24 year old who recently graduated from Towson University with a degree in Graphic Design. I love using my creativity and visual elements to bring together a group of people and promote a brand! My hobbies include working out, watching movies and playing my Nintendo Switch. Check out my website www.delaneydesign.art
Jessica Rice - Digital Marketing
Helping people exponentially grow their businesses is what I love to do. Partnering with Potomac Lifestyle as the magazine’s Preferred Digital Marketing agency has helped both of our teams be better and do more for the business partners in the magazine. From making your online presence more engaging and optimized to increasing your lead flow and foot traffic, our expertise in marketing has helped our clients accomplish their business goals. When I am not directing the operations at Exponential Media, I love to spend time with my family, traveling, riding in classic cars and spending time with my new puppy, Oaklee!
Jack Hartzman & Monica Vidal - Contributing Photographers
WTA Photo is the photographic arm of the Washington Talent Agency. For more than 50 years, WTA, their bands, DJs, photographers and videographers have proudly supported Potomac and the DMV for weddings, mitzvahs, and corporate events. See more at www.washingtontalent.com.
Tony Powell-Contributing Photographer
A 1995 graduate of The Juilliard School, Tony Powell has been called a “Renaissance Man” by the Washington Post. He’s an experienced professional fashion, portrait, commercial and event photographer with a demonstrated history of working at the highest levels within the entertainment and media industries.
Currently comprised of 10 of DC’s best photographers, TonyPowellImages was founded in 2009 to meet any and all photo and videographic needs