Etta Meyer is the editor-in-chief of Aspen Peak magazine. She manages and creates all editorial content for the publication’s three print editions per year, and formally lead its digital and social assets as well. In all its formats, the magazine captures the best of Aspen life.
As a freelance writer she has penned travel and lifestyle essays for Vogue.com, townandcountrymag.com, DuJour and ArchitecturalDigest.com.
Meyer moved to Aspen from New York City in 2016 where she was the photo director for DuJour magazine. A member of DuJour's launch team since 2012, she had the privilege of working with photography legends such as: Bruce Weber, Inez & Vinoodh and Arthur Elgort, while producing photo shoots around the globe.
Prior to her role at DuJour she worked in various capacities in public relations, publishing, and as a photography producer at creative agency Art + Commerce.
Meyer graduated cum laude from St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire. She completed her studies at Barnard College at Columbia University in 2008. Her thesis on Early American captivity narratives earned her a B.A. with Distinction.