The information age has bred a new style of fashion reporting, one in which bloggers and their subjects have developed a symbiotic relationship, becoming both the viewer and the viewed. This era of mass enthusiasm gives everyone a voice, resulting in a sensationalist chorus of high-pitched ostentation, verging on the absurd. Is there any room left for objective coverage, one that is imageless and impartial to the very thing it observes?
- Christine Ama
- Christine Ama is a freelance fashion, arts and culture writer. She has contributed numerous articles to ADONE Magazine and SheDoesTheCity.com and worked for several years as a product copywriter for the Hudson's Bay Company. With a BFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and an intensive Fashion Merchandising program under her belt, Ama is passionate about marrying her love for creative culture with the written word. In the past, she pursued music as a self-produced electro pop singer/songwriter called Christer (rhymes with "shyster" ;) releasing a full-length album, two music videos and touring internationally. After visiting over five countries in Europe, Ama temporarily relocated to Berlin, Germany where she worked and wrote for over a year. She currently resides in Toronto, Canada.