The Art Team

kenny janosickjulyaug15_yearbook_0021_kenny
art director

We are on trend but with substance, culture. We featured musician Benjamin Booker in March and now he’s taking off. When Scholem gives a restaurant a good review, it’s legit. My brother was on the LIRR recently with a copy in his hand and a crowd of passengers started talking him up about the integrity of the magazine.



julyaug15_yearbook_0019_kristinkristin goat
production manager

Advertisers want to be part of Pulse because they see a sense of sophistication and trendiness. We touch every part of this island. We teach people there are things out there that they can do or be part of. I learn things every time I open our magazine, I love contributing to that.



julyaug15_yearbook_0020_emilymemily mccarthy
graphic designer

There are so many local businesses that keep our region going, having a first hand in their marketing and putting it out in the world is exciting. The diversity is such a special part of Long Island and Pulse is the place where people look for it.



rebecca “pepper” canesejulyaug15_yearbook_0018_pep
graphic designer

People can read something about artists—craftsmen, musicians, painters—and then talk about it with other people. Like the Victor Wooten story. The bassist might not be someone every- one’s heard of, but it was so visually stimulating. People listen to new music because of what’s on our pages.