Bianca Brutus


I'm a journalist, writer, and pop culture junkie who is in her final semester at NYU.

I've written articles for nbc news which have gained thousands of reads.

For the past year, i've been an entertainment writer at the knockturnal where I've gotten to interview some of my favorite celebrities and cover red carpet events.

additionally, I'm a copywriter and creative strategist. While at noble people in NYC, i worked on campaigns for nickelodeon and depop.

and at mojo supermarket, i handled copy for organizations such as girls who code and truth.

with the blac program, i helped create ads and marketing strategies for procter and gamble.

now, I'm an editorial intern at people magazine :)

feel free to email me with assignments and inquiries or just to talk about how good banana bread is.

Journalism Clips

Nbc news
blank slate monument
haitian americans
sundance documentary
leidy luna
rent in cuba

The Knockturnal
Sean kingston cover story
interview with questlove

New Yorkville
Felipe Torres Medina Interview

The Wild Honey Pie
Escondida by Michi Review
Electricity by Riley Pearce Review
It Might Take A Woman by Girlhood Review

NYU Paris Administration Lays Off LS Professors and Shuts Down Program
Tisch Students Petition NYU for MetroCards to Get to Class

Washington Square News
Black in Fashion Council showroom spotlights new Black talent and sustainability


"adults date better"

Match’s new “Adults Date Better” campaign was made for the serious dater who doesn’t play games, abides by the ‘dating rules,’ and especially—doesn’t ghost.

copy by me featured in press releases and on youtube, twitter, and instagram.

"depression stick"

"Why be happy when you can be sad."

truth wanted to market a new, honest vape, "the depression stick."

Copy by me featured in ads, in press releases, and on youtube, Instagram, and twitter.

and yes "why be happy when you can be sad" was my slogan :)

Girls who code

to celebrate "make that change" + the international day of the girl
and help bring more girls into tech, girls who code asked that we roll out a campaign highlighting women in the industry.

copy by me featured in press releases and in an article (linked below)