Dianne Gebauer

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Location
New York, NY
School
King's College London
CUNY Hunter College
Expertise
Food-Related Pop Culture, NYC And Buffalo Food Scenes, Vegan And Gluten-Free Cooking/Baking
  • Dianne is a NYC-based writer and editor, but she's a Buffalonian at heart — so she's got some strong opinions on pizza and chicken wings and enjoys introducing friends to the delicious world of sponge candy.
  • Having been on a dairy- and gluten-free diet for nearly 20 years, she loves trying out new alternative products and figuring out how to tweak recipes to her dietary needs.
  • Dianne previously co-hosted the pop-culture-focused comedy podcast "Sorry, Just Saw This," and later co-wrote the Throuple or Nothing Productions comedy screenplays "Two Anxious Bisexuals" — which won the audience choice award at the Cannes Short Film Festival, best short script at Film Invasion LA, and others — and "A Very Queer Holiday," which was awarded at the LGBTQ Unbordered International Film Festival, the Vienna Film Festival, and more.

Experience

Dianne has over a decade's worth of experience as a freelance writer, proofreader, and editor, previously working for various other companies like ZHISHIQ.com and outlets like Blasting News and the now-defunct NY Theatre Guide. She co-wrote the Throuple or Nothing Productions comedy screenplays "Two Anxious Bisexuals" (which won the audience choice award at the Cannes Short Film Festival, the best short script at Film Invasion LA, and others) and "A Very Queer Holiday" (which was awarded at the LGBTQ Unbordered International Film Festival, the Vienna Film Festival, and more). She has been with Static Media since 2016, beginning as a features and news writer for Nicki Swift and then joining its features editing team in 2019. In January 2024, Dianne began editing for Tasting Table.

Education

After studying music and music history at CUNY Hunter College, Dianne earned her master's degree in musicology at King's College London in 2015, before changing career paths by channeling the knowledge and skills acquired in interdisciplinary academic research into writing on a broader, more mainstream scale.
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