Corrina Gramma (Cara) is an artist, literary editor, and the founder and EIC of Pleathr Mag.
Cara's painting work has been included at the National Portrait Gallery of Canada and on stage with musicians including Justin Bieber, James Arthur and Ed Sheeran at Winston House in Venice, CA. Her photography has appeared in Interview Magazine and she's shot internationally on assignment for Canadian Geographic.
She also works as a trusted literary editor alongside New York Times published authors to share stories that deepen social conversation such as the memoir Girl In The Woods by Aspen Matis, published in 2015 by William Morrow/Harper Collins and named by Lena Dunham “Beautiful and so wildly engaging.”
The daughter of Moldovan refugees, Cara is based between New York and Los Angeles and has been traveling the world with her camera since 2009.
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