Nick Haramis

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Nick Haramis
Born (1983-03-10) March 10, 1983 (age 36)
OccupationMagazine editor, journalist
TitleSenior Features Editor, T: The New York Times Style Magazine

Nick Haramis was born in Cornwall, Ontario in 1983 and graduated from McGill University with a degree in English Literature.

After two years as the Editor of BlackBook, in September 2011 Haramis accepted the position of Editorial Director at Bullett, a quarterly arts, fashion, and culture publication based in New York City. There he interviewed high-profile subjects at various stages in their careers, such as Winona Ryder,[1] Bill Murray,[2] Kirsten Dunst,[3] and Nicki Minaj.[4][5] Haramis is currently the Senior Features Editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine, where he has been on staff since 2013.

He has contributed to publications such as The Last Magazine, S Magazine, Billboard Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Playboy and Reader's Digest. Haramis is also a regular on the downtown New York nightlife scene.[6]

Haramis is based in New York City.[7]

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  1. ^ Winona Ryder Bites Back, archived from the original on 2009-11-06, retrieved 2014-11-10
  2. ^ Vilensky, Mike (2010) Bill Murray Will Neither Confirm Nor Deny That Myth About Him Whispering Into a Man’s Ear in Union Square New York Magazine.
  3. ^ Kirsten Dunst Talks Rehab For Depression, Huffington Post (2010).
  4. ^ Nicki Minaj puts her bottom behind her in modest photo shoot, but says she's still 'weird' like Lady Gaga, The Daily Mail (2011).
  5. ^ Nicki Minaj Makes Her 'Rah Rah Like A Dungeon Dragon' Face On Blackbook Magazine MTV (2011)
  6. ^ Prince, Daisy (2010) A Hemingway in the House at Ferragamo's Fragrance Launch, Vanity Fair.
  7. ^ Williams, Alex (2009) Bad Economy? Good Excuse. The New York Times.