Emily Brewton Schilling
Emily began writing professionally in 1986 as art critic and assistant editor for a weekly Philadelphia newspaper, the South Street Star.
An independent consultant since 1998, Emily's clients include Ancestry.com, Cspace.com, Forbes ASAP, NBCOlympics.com, Compaq Computer Corporation and Quokka Sports online. She also edits book manuscripts, fiction and nonfiction, for authors.
To discuss your manuscript or strategic communications project, contact Emily.
2008-present: James E. Brewton Foundation - President & Founding Director. Philadelphia, Pa.
1998-present: Consultant - Writer, editor and communications strategies. New York, NY.
1997-1998: Compaq Computer Corporation - Manager, Communications, Corporate Quality and Customer Satisfaction. Houston, Texas.
1996-1997: Federated Department Stores - Manager, Employee Communications, Macy’s West Division. San Francisco, Calif.
1990-1996: Armstrong World Industries - Manager, Employee Publications. Lancaster, Pa.
1989-1990: Fulton Opera House Foundation - Public Relations Director. Lancaster, Pa.
1987-1989: The Philadelphia Art Alliance - Public Relations/Program Director. Philadelphia, Pa.
Emily attended Columbia University, New York; Temple University, Philadelphia; and studio arts classes at the University of the Arts and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia; and The Art Students League in New York.
For Emily's art portfolio, click here.
Upcoming group exhibition: "Text and Image," June 16-July 16, 2017 at Site: Brooklyn. Opening reception: Friday, June 16, from 6 to 9 p.m. at 165 7th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11215.
Emily has been exhibiting her artwork since 1990 in Florida, online, Pennsylvania and New York.
The Authors Guild, Inc.
Catalogue Raisonne Scholars Association
Philadelphia Avant-Garde Studies Consortium (PASC)