Brooke, one of our Chicago Content Creators, is a fashion princess. She's never not on point, and her Instagram is immaculate, but she has the sweetest disposition. Learn more about her below!
Q: What is your favorite thing about Chicago?
A: Definitely the food! I don't think there's a bad restaurant here.
Q: How did you develop an interest in digital marketing?
A: I've always loved taking photos and I love fashion, so it started with posting pictures of my outfits, but then I started taking pictures of everything! I began to really enjoy putting a feed together and arranging photos in a way that was very aesthetically pleasing.
Q: Ice cream or Froyo?
A: Both, duh!
Q: What is one brand you really admire and why?
A: One brand I have recently become very interested in is a women's clothing brand called JLUX LABEL. They have been very involved with their followers, doing giveaways, and making you feel like you're a part of the brand.
Q: What is your favorite social media platform and why?
A: Instagram because it's the most visual and creative.
Q: Sushi or pizza?
A: Sushi! I could eat it every day.
Q: Are you more likely to patronize a business with a digital presence, and why?
A: Definitely! I always stalk a business on Instagram before I visit (to make sure its pic-worthy, of course) and it just makes you feel more connected. You can also see their new products or services on Instagram and it keeps them relevant.
Q: Who inspires you and why?
A: My mom; she does SO much and you never see her break a sweat. She's a girl boss forsure!
Q: What fictional character are you most like?
A: Carrie Bradshaw, because she's fabulous but also kind of a mess. And she spends all of her money on shoes.
Q: Are you a morning person or a night owl?
A: Morning person! I love feeling like a have a full day ahead of me and I don't want to waste it by sleeping late.
Q: What is your "go-to" when you need to get shit done?
A: Coffee, coffee, & more coffee!
Q: If you won the lottery, what would be your first move?
A: I would buy two French bulldogs, obviously. Thats practical, right?