Maria Sherman is a music writer and culture critic currently living in Brooklyn, New York. She has worked as a senior writer at Jezebel, managing editor at Gizmodo Media Group, senior correspondent at Fuse TV, and contributor at BuzzFeed Music. You may have seen her work at NPR and in Billboard, SPIN, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, and many other quality publications. If she were in a boy band, she’d be the bad boy. Also, Harry Styles ruined her life.
In what ways does nature inspire or inform your work?
Nature is at the root of all art—all music making— and so the intersection of climate and culture is foundational to all work. I’m grateful to get to explore it.
What does it mean to you to be part of a thriving ecosystem?