Joanna Hawley is a Seattle-based blogger, stylist, and digital influencer. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon with a degree in Industrial Design, she worked as a product designer and trend scout for Nordstrom and Anthropologie before turning her keen eye to the online space. Her talent for curation has earned her a Pinterest following that totals 3.7 million; and her frank, funny, and fashion-forward approach to content creation has made her site jojotastic.com a go-to resource for modern yet casual lifestyle inspiration. When she’s not documenting her renovation misadventures, she’s mostly likely sailing the Puget Sound with her wiener dog companions.
For sponsorship inquiries, feel free to reach out directly to my management team at Jabber Haus: lauren [at] jabberhaus.com
Notable press includes:
- CNBC — This 32-year-old leveraged 3.7 million Pinterest followers to remodel and furnish her tiny house
- Country Living —12 Christmas Decorations That Will Make Your Home Smell Amazing
- House Beautiful — Meet Joanna Hawley: Designer, Blogger, & House Beautiful Pinterest Board Collaborator
- Design&Sponge — Before & After: A Seattle Rental Gets a Bathroom Makeover
- Redbook: One Piece, Three Women: The Day-to-Night Top of Your Dreams
Notice a few unfamiliar names on the blog? Meet our contributors:
- Hannah Cross of Homemade Banana — our DIY guru.
- Sarah Abare of The Stemmery — our Floral soothsayer.
Are you interested in advertising my product?
I am open to advertising products that feel appropriate for my audience and brand. Please shoot me an email to discuss further: hello(at)jojotastic.com.
If a company has sent me a product as a gift and I write about it, I make note with “c/o” (courtesy of) at the bottom of the post. Please note that I only endorse products I truly love. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep Jojotastic going!
Please note that I use affiliate links at times. This means that if you click on a link to a product and purchase that product, I may receive a commission based on your purchase. I only feature products that truly inspire me and am not swayed by advertisers or sponsors.
How did you get started? Can I have advice on how to get started?
I’d love to be able to give coaching, but urge you to check out my Business of Being Creative series before reaching out (especially this post which is the story of my career path and how I got started).
I’m visiting Seattle, what should I do while I’m there?
I’ve shared a lot of Seattle resources on the blog, which can be seen here. I also curated a Design*Sponge guide to 24 hours in Seattle which could help you, too. You can find that here. There resources are a great place to start!
Do you have a media kit?
Yes! Please email my management team Jabber Haus for inquiries — firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you offer styling and photography services?
Yes! Please email email@example.com for inquiries + here’s my portfolio.
What kind of camera do you use?
Most of the time, I use my iPhone 7+. I also shoot with a Canon Mark III using either a 50 mm or 24-70 mm zoom lens. I use VSCO and Snapseed to edit my Instagram images and Lightroom to edit the images you see here on the blog.
Are you looking for contributors?
At this time, I am not looking for contributors, but if that changes, I will certainly advertise!