Juno Kelly is a London-based journalist focusing on internet culture, society, and mental health. Her work has appeared in British Vogue, VICE, The Cut, The Fence, i-D, The Independent, and more.
Prior to going freelance, Juno was the Features Director at Mission Magazine, a New York-based biannual fashion publication, for which she profiled Cynthia Nixon, Munroe Bergdorf, Barbie Ferreira, Damson Idris, and penned several cover stories.
Previously, she was a staff writer at Condé Nast’s LOVE Magazine, where she covered culture and fashion, interviewing designers like Simone Rocha and Jeremy Scott.
When she’s not writing, you can find Juno rifling through the stalls in Portobello Market, scouring the internet, or binging Seinfeld for the hundredth time.