Christopher Twarowski

Executive Editor In Chief

Christopher Twarowski is executive editor in chief of Morey Creative Studios, responsible for guiding and inspiring all team members in their collective pursuit of inbound marketing excellence and near-perfect grammar.

As such, he oversees all content development for Morey Creative’s diverse and ever-growing roster of clients—from blogs, white papers and case studies to websites, email campaigns, collateral, podcasts and special projects—while helping mentor strategists, account managers and designers in the fundamentals and inherent joys of researching, interviewing and writing. This involuntarily includes sharing the infectious euphoria derived from a well-placed comma, the rare semicolon intervention, run-on sentence cannibalism, or mind-bending, double-barrel shotgun lede (among other underappreciated punctuative and structural triumphs).

Twarowski is also editor in chief of Morey Creative’s multi-award-winning social justice podcast News Beat, which melds independent, hard-hitting journalism with original music to shine a light on underreported-yet-super-critical issues and spark meaningful change, and former editor in chief and chief of investigations of the alt-weekly Long Island Press.

He holds an M.S. in Journalism with a specialization in investigative journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and was an inaugural member of the school’s Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism. He also holds an M.A. from the school with a concentration in business and economics. Twarowski has written for the financial and metro desks of The Washington Post and has earned more than 150 local, state and national journalism awards and accolades.

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