Jade Gomez is a music, culture, and entertainment writer and photographer from New Jersey with a passion for hidden pockets of art and community.
While pursuing her undergraduate degree in Journalism and Design with a minor in Contemporary Music at the renowned Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts in New York City, Jade has received widespread acclaim from her peers and professors as a strong journalist with an eye for an exciting story.
Jade has interned for Rolling Stone Magazine where she penned Megan Thee Stallion’s first mainstream feature. She has also interned for FADER Magazine in which she has covered both underground and mainstream arts and culture, from New York’s Raveena to South Africa’s FAKA.
Her strong reporting skills have also led her to be invited to The Nation’s Student Journalist Conference, a recipient of the Eugene Lang Opportunity Award and the Student Research Grant for her thesis research in southern hip hop, two time Dean’s Honor Symposium panelist, and a respected journalist sought out for her interview skills and bright ideas.
Jade’s writing can be found in Rolling Stone, FADER, DJBooth, Vinyl Me Please, and Paste Magazine.