Michaela Quigley - Boston Magazine

Michaela Quigley

Associate Research Editor

Michaela interned at Boston magazine and freelanced for the print publications before joining the team as an associate research editor in 2018. She studied magazine journalism at Syracuse University in Central New York but has returned to her Boston roots to write for and manage the research process for Boston Home and Weddings.

Home & Property

Spaces: Name That Tune

A couple fill an unused study in their new Boston-area home with music and southern charm.

Home & Property

New England Made: The Wood Life

Lowell native John Welch combines his passions for cooking and woodworking in his Mill City studio.

Home & Property

Spaces: Closet Envy

How one Newton couple turned a lackluster walk-in into their dream dressing room.


The Festive Filmmaker

Watertown-based videographer Greg Fisher travels across New England and beyond to capture the greatest love stories on camera.

Home & Property

Spaces: Wonder Wall

Eleven Interiors brings a mix of materials—and a whole lot of character—to a Dedham living room.

Home & Property

Spaces: A Step up

In search of a fresh floor plan, a young homeowner welcomes an architectural masterpiece into his Boston condo.

Home & Property

Spaces: Taking Care of Business

A Brookline sunroom gets new life as a peaceful office perfect for working and studying at home.

Home & Property

Natural Beauty

The design team used the lush landscape as inspiration for the space’s organic palette.

Home & Property

Bon Appétit

Cutting Edge Homes created a lived-in feel with a breakfast nook, butcher-block countertops, and a wet bar.

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City Life

A Guide to Staging an Impactful Protest in Your Own City

Bring the fight for justice and equality to the suburbs with some help from experienced activists.

Home & Property

Q&A: Changing Course

Architect Maryann Thompson is on a mission to save the planet, one project at a time.

Home & Property

New England Made: Breaking the Mold

Ceramicist Elizabeth Benotti shapes blocks of clay into textured homewares in her Maine-based studio.

Home & Property

New England Made: Super Bowls

Peterman’s Boards and Bowls takes an eco-friendly approach to crafting kitchenware.

Home & Property

Spaces: Screen Play

Embarc designs a monochromatic media room complete with texture-forward furnishings and a convenient wet bar.


The Guiding Light

Frost Productions’ Karen Shoop transforms ceremony and reception spaces with the flick of a switch (or two).