Media Exposure

Jakett

Interview: Margot Lee

Margot is interviewed for leather jacket retailer Jakett based in New York City about living in London and her fashion inspirational.

Published April 4, 2019

 

StyleCaster

Top YouTubers and Bloggers Share Their New Year’s Beauty Resolutions

Featured in Style Caster article focused on beauty trends for 2019. Written by Samantha Feher.

Published 1/19

 

Hollywood Reporter

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/rep-sheet-roundup-caa-hires-media-finance-agent-federica-sainte-rose-1157849

Report about being signed with Select Management on Hollywood Reporter’s weekly “Rep Sheet Roundup”.

Published on 11/5/18

FreshU Website

This Syracuse University YouTube Star Is Taking on Social Media and College Full Time

Lindsay Wigo writes about Margot’s experience juggling college and YouTube, and discusses her involvement working with brands and her future endeavors.

Published May 1, 2018.

 

Newhouse Website

Sophomore Margot Lee nominated for Vlogger of the Year

Announcement and congratulatory post about Shorty Award “Vlogger of the Year” Nomination.

Published on 3/12/2018

 

Shorty Awards

Nominated for Vlogger of the Year

Nominated alongside vloggers including Will Dasovik, Jason Nash, Todd Smith, Scotty Sire, iJustine, Aspyn and Parker, and Negin Mirsalehi.

Nominated 1/2018

 

Citrus TV- Juice and Java

Margot Lee Visits Juice and Java

Anchors Mia Rossi and Rebecca Thornburg interview social media influencer and SU student, Margot Lee.

Aired on October 21, 2017

Jerk Magazine

Behind the Screens

Margot appears on page 30 about her experience on YouTube and video topics she is passionate about.

Published February 26, 2017

 

The Daily Orange

You’ve Probably Seen this Freshman on YouTube

Article by Chloe Greenwald about Margot’s experience as a YouTuber- how she started and where she see’s herself in the future.

Published January 31, 2017

 

National Public Radio

Using Social Media, Students Aspire To Become ‘Influencers’

Sole guest in: “Syracuse University Professor Corey Takahashi offers his commentary on the challenge of teaching students who, instead of wanting to be writers or filmmakers, aspire to be online “influencers.”

Aired on 1/7/2016