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Kasey Caminiti

Web Producer


Kasey Caminiti is the Web Producer at DuJour. Before DuJour she was a copywriter and web producer at a travel company, an intern at Nickelodeon and at Cumulus Broadcasting. A self-proclaimed music junkie, she enjoys festivals and concerts on the weekends or snuggling with her Boston Terrier, Rufio. Follow her on Instagram at @aseykay.

Recent Work
  • SHEARE’s Darker Sound

    SHEARE’s Darker Sound

    How the indie-pop singer beat his "post-holiday blues" with his new EP Turbulence

    Brandon Sheer goes by the stage name SHEARE. He grew up in Lower Manhattan and is based out of Brooklyn as of late. At first glance, you think he’s your typical hipster with cool sunglasses and a funky jacket. At second glance you realize you’re probably right. Until he delves ... More

  • 17 Travel-Friendly Beauty Essentials

    17 Travel-Friendly Beauty Essentials

    Take flight with ease knowing that your carry-on is fully stocked with these pint-sized products


  • Mark Your Calendar for this Stylish Polo Match

    Mark Your Calendar for this Stylish Polo Match

    Tickets for the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic go on sale today

    Pack your chicest hat, picnic blanket and sunscreen—the 10th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic is returning to Liberty State Park this June. The afternoon will be filled with world-class polo, picnicking and performances. The festivities officially begin on Friday, June 2, when the Empire State Building will be lit ... More

  • Jain is Diversifying Music

    Jain is Diversifying Music

    The French singer-songwriter is inspired by her travels to Dubai, Congo and Paris

    Jain, born Jeanne Galice, sits down with me in the dim, empty bar of New York City’s Bowery Ballroom just a few hours before she is set to play a sold-out show at this iconic venue. She is on the final leg of her first North ... More

  • Obsession DuJour: Festival Season

    Obsession DuJour: Festival Season

    Our Web Producer shares what she can’t live without right now

    When I think of summer, I think of camping, crowd surfing and concerts—the essential things that make up that one-of-a-kind beast, the music festival. To me, there's nothing like packing up all of my most colorful clothing, jumping into an RV with my friends and spending four days immersed in ... More

  • Meet the Soulful Southerners, The Weeks

    Meet the Soulful Southerners, The Weeks

    The band's frontman talks about their new album Easy and growing up in Mississippi

    The Weeks, the Nashville-via-Mississippi based band, recently released their newest album Easy. The band has performed together since they were 14-years-old, and although there've been a few changes throughout the years, the band’s sound is rooted in traditional rock and roll with a southern flare, courtesy of their upbringing in ... More

  • Grammy-Nominated Producer Ricky Reed Opens Up

    Grammy-Nominated Producer Ricky Reed Opens Up

    The man behind the hits of Twenty One Pilots, Kesha and Jason Derulo talks new music, a solo career and a new baby

    When Ricky Reed jumped on our call, he was sitting in his studio in Echo Park, California holding his two-week old daughter Mae. This is the same Grammy-nominated producer and writer behind hit records such as Phantogram's "You Don't Get Me High Anymore," “Ride” by Twenty One Pilots and “Boss” ... More

  • Iconic Sculptures in New York City

    Iconic Sculptures in New York City

    These outdoor art pieces in the Big Apple are a great excuse to get outside


  • Behind the Exhibit: Chris Johanson: Possibilities

    Behind the Exhibit: Chris Johanson: Possibilities

    Discover artwork in the form of social documentary

    Mitchell-Innes & Nash recently debuted a new exhibit in Chelsea, Manhattan, on view from April 6 – May 13, 2017. Chris Johanson: Possibilities showcases new paintings and works on paper that invite you to physically interact with the art. Johanson’s work engages with the reflective qualities of making art. “I ... More

  • A Movement for Self-Acceptance

    A Movement for Self-Acceptance

    Get an inside look at the mother-daughter duo behind StyleLikeU's new book, True Style is What's Underneath

    Mother-daughter team Elisa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum’s new book True Style is What's Underneath: The Self-Acceptance Revolution is meant to empower women of all ages, body types and races. Nearly six years ago, the duo created the brand StyleLikeU with the mission of challenging stereotypes that were born from the fashion ... More