A Transition of Talent

Many of our readers know that we are transitioning between editors at Roaring Fork Lifestyle. My friend and highly respected journalist, Nicolette Toussaint, is moving on to new opportunities. These opportunities include pursuing an artist’s residency, travel, and spending more time with her husband and best friend Mason. Nicolette will continue to have an important presence as a writer with the magazine. You are hopefully familiar with her work as a talented journalist, but she is also an incredible artist. I have seen several pieces of her work featuring nature scenes, some of which hang in the Colori Gallery & Studios in Basalt. I am confident that Nicolette will remain highly engaged in the local community, and I look forward to seeing where her passions take her next.

With the April issue, I would like to introduce our new editor Caitlin Causey. You already know Caitlin as one of our premier writers, who has shared her talents in Roaring Fork Lifestyle for the past two years. She comes to the magazine with a background in the arts and nonprofit work, and has contributed essays and articles to a variety of regional publications.

Her new responsibilities include researching topics for community-focused articles about the people, organizations, and businesses that make this valley so unique. She will also continue to share her talents each month as a gifted writer. And for those of you who have not had the pleasure of meeting Caitlin in person yet, you have something to look forward to. Not only does she bring communication skills and unbelievable enthusiasm to her new role as editor, but a smile that lights up the room. Please welcome Caitlin and her husband, Hunter.

If you have article ideas or would just like to congratulate her on her new position, you can reach Caitlin by email at caitlin.causey@lifestylepubs.com.