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Where With Elle
Think of this blog as a little black book brimming with the best ideas for a healthy, vibrant, verdant life — where to go, shop, and stay — as well as smart, simple solutions for sustainable living and evergreen guides geared at fostering a more mindful, curious lifestyle that’s filled with adventure.
Classic meets minimalist with a dash of whimsy on the Instagram of this visual design and former fashion model. With roots on a farm in North Georgia and an industrial design degree from Georgia Tech, Hunt-Ralston is all about editing, living simply, and timeless aesthetics to boot. — Jezebel Magazine
Jess L. Hunt-Ralston
Hello! Thank you for stopping by my new journal (here’s my old one, Rose & Fig). Through Where With Elle I hope to help others create a big, beautiful life filled with exploration and compassion.
I’m an INTJ interested in sustainable and ethical living, so within these pages you’ll find lots of lists, series, and dramatic monologues organized by project. I am obsessed with simplicity, efficiency, nature, oxford commas, and good design.
I work as a communications strategist at my alma mater in Atlanta, Georgia. When my suitcase is unpacked you’ll usually find me biking the BeltLine with my husband, catching a concert, helping out with our little neighborhood organization, or walking the pups — Kipper and Pimm’s Cup — to the farmer’s market for a bite to eat.
I just want to say hi or ask a question —
Sure! Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or send a note on Instagram
Since beginning to blog five years ago, I’ve collaborated with a number of responsibly-minded brands including Everlane, Zady, Ceri Hoover, Bridge & Burn, Rocksbox, Scoutmob, OSEA Malibu, and Oille Natural, as well as a number of sustainability-focused and farm-to-table Atlanta restaurants including South City Kitchen, AG at The Ritz-Carlton, The Optimist, Nine Mile Station, Sweet Selma Farms, and Xocolatl Chocolate.
Through my work as a writer, photographer, and model, I’ve been featured in The Atlantan Magazine, Modern Luxury Weddings, Maxim, Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine, The Daily Meal, and on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta. I recently appeared as a sustainable lifestyle expert on Good Day Atlanta and am honored to be named among Jezebel Magazine’s “Most Beautiful Atlantans.”
I’d like to work together —
I am always interested in partnering with people who create useful, beautiful products and ideas that respect society and the environment. If you are making the world a better place through fashion, jewelry, beauty, home goods, art, or travel and hospitality, and are interested in collaborating, please send a note to email@example.com.
Where With Elle does not publish unsolicited guest posts, third-party content, or press releases.
Collaboration and review info and requirements:
- Ethically-produced materials and manufacturing practices that are fair to employees, consumers, and the environment
- Sustainable, natural, and/or recycled fabrics and materials
- Naturally-based products 100% free of harmful ingredients
- Products that support an ethos of long-lasting, conscious consumption
- Products not tested on animals or destructive of natural habitats
Can I share or re-post your photos?
Yes, if the photos will be used for a non-commercial purpose. Please just add a link back to wherewithelle.com.
Who takes pictures of you for the blog?
My eternally patient husband. A DSLR remote also comes in handy.
What kind of camera do you use?
We usually shoot with a Nikon D90 fitted with a Nikkor AF-S 35 mm F/1.8 lens.
How to do you get paid to blog?
I make money through affiliate links, sponsored posts, and a second-hand shop on Tradesy. I’m a member of RewardStyle’s affiliate advertising program, which means I may earn a small commission on purchases made through rstyle.me and bit.ly links on this site and social media. I am also lucky to have the opportunity to work with brands that align with my mission. Sponsored posts are always noted as collaborations and gifted products will always be marked ℅.
Since we’re talking shop: While Where With Elle endeavors to provide accurate, quality content, readers are responsible for the way in which they use information provided. Always consult a medical practitioner before embarking on lifestyle or dietary changes. Thank you so much to the organizations and readers who support this journal!