Raymond Braun is currently commanding thousands of subscribers on YouTube, but his reach is far beyond the platform. The young Stanford graduate began working through YouTube long before he launched his own channel. Braun initially started with google/ YouTube as the Associate Product Marketing Manager for entertainment marketing on YouTube in the San Francisco Bay Area, then moved to london to become a Brand Marketing Manager for europe, the Middle East, and Africa. After a promotion, he found himself in new York leading YouTube’s social campaigns and programs— a position that left him responsible for all of YouTube’s social media campaigns across their various platforms. Read more about Raymond’s story and other amazing creatives including Caroline Sunshine, Indy Yelich-O’Connor, Lostboycrow, Megan Nicole and more in our February 2016 — Stay Bold, Be Brave issue. You can read this issue and our past issues here plus the content is free to view on your desktop, mobile device or the issuu app on Apple or Android. If you would like to purchase your own print copy of any of our issues including our recent issue, you can do so here.
WOLFIE SUBMISSIONS — STAY BOLD, BE BRAVE //
Only the second month into 2016 and we’re back with an open discussion with our readers AKA wolfies about their definition of what being bold and not letting your fears get the best of you. We welcome create minds to share their stories, talents and ideas in our monthly wolfie submissions.
P.S. POSITIVITY — THE RELATIONSHIP TALK //
In our February 2016 issue, staff writer Orion Carloto shares her story about her past relationship, things she learned to overcome as an individual and communication is an essential part of it.
PINPOINT — MORROCO //
Feeling more into the traveling bug as we visit Morocco in collaboration with Toronto based artist, Haley Polinsky to explore local favorites, cultural dishes and lifestyle.
INSIGHT — BEYOND REFLECTION //
For January 2016, we collaborated with Boston based photographer, Adele Sakey where focused on the reflection of an individual through exposure and light to create a shoot called “Beyond Reflection.”
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