January 18, 2016
/ by Cision Staff
Amy Conway has been named editor for Martha Stewart Weddings, replacing Elizabeth Graves who was named editor in chief for Martha Stewart Living. Conway had previously served as executive editor for Everyday Food since 2011; and Graves has served as editor in chief for Martha Stewart Weddings since 2010. Graves has also held positions at Time Inc., Martha Stewart Living, SELF, and Allure. Additionally, Eric Pike has exited his position as editor in chief and creative director for Martha Stewart Living, which he held since 2013. Prior to that role, Pike was the associate art director for the same publication since 1992. Carrie Goldberg has also left Martha Stewart Living where she served as associate fashion editor to join Harper’s Bazaar Online as travel and weddings editor. Goldberg had joined Martha Stewart Weddings as assistant fashion editor in September 2011, and served as a freelance stylist since 2009. For more from Martha Stewart, follow on Twitter and Pinterest.
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