Women in Design: Client Informational Form

Faces of Women in Design is a celebration of the female movers and shakers in Boston’s home design industry. Each profile in the section features a woman designer (or team of women designers) and the business they stand behind. Your profile will include a professional photo taken by our team, contact info, and copy about you and your company. Please look through the deadlines below closely and let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Your Faces of Women in Design profile will look similar to this.


March 8th: Book your photo shoot as soon as possible, or no later than the 13th. Your photo shoot must take place by March 15th. Note: Hair and makeup will not be provided. While we will edit your photo for lighting, photoshop is not included.

March 15th: Fill out this form with your contact info and copy completely by end of day and keep an eye out for an email from your coordinator with a few photo options to choose from. Select your photo within 48 hours of receiving selects, and the photographer will send us an edited version of your final choice. Once we have your final photo and your completed form, we’ll get to work making your profile!

April 1: Expect to receive a proof of your profile this week. You’ll have about 48 hours to review the profile with your team and provide us any edits and feedback. We can make up to three rounds of changes to your profile.

April 5: Final sign-off on your profile is due by end of day.

May 14: The Boston Home Summer issue is on sale! Make sure to check out the Faces of Women in Design special section to see your profile and other influential women making an impact on the Boston design community.

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  • This will be the profile header.
  • This will appear all lowercase and without the "www" in print.
  • For a full-page profile, draft about 200 words of text. For a half-page profile, draft about 100 words of text. You can focus on whatever you prefer, but here are a few questions to get you started: When was your company founded, and how has it evolved to where it is today? What inspired you to go into this field? What is your design philosophy? Why are you based in Boston? Please note that we will edit your copy for Boston Mag style guidelines and length, and all copy will be in third-person.