Philip Alvaré is an editor, writer and creative director who most recently served as Editor At Large and in charge of editorial design for Crossroads, the magazine of the San Miguel Writers’ Conference 2017. He was Editor and Co-Creator of AVENUE Magazine, San Miguel. Currently oversees photo shoots– art direction and copywriting for CDR Christie’s International Real Estate among others. His stories have appeared in Introspective Magazine/1stDibs.com, Berkshire Living, Westchester Cottages & Gardens, New England Journal of Arts and Antiques, and other publications. His poetry has appeared in Cimarron Review, The Wolf London, is archived in the Saison Poetry Library, London, featured in El Laberinto, the literary supplement to El Milenio Diario, Mexico City, Subtropics Magazine, Verse Daily and other publications. He received the 2011 W.D. Snodgrass Award for Poetic Excellence and Endeavor, and was the Arts and Culture Columnist for InsideOut magazine, a regional NY publication based in the Hudson Valley. He was on staff as a coordinating producer with WGBH/PBS Boston and served as special consultant to PBS National Productions with additional credits as producer and production manager with ABC, NBC and MGM-FOX as well as other US national and regional production companies. He was awarded the National Educational Film and Video Festival Gold Apple as co-producer on a NSF grant to the Harvard-Smithsonian Science Media Center, served as a lecturer at the Graduate School of Broadcasting and Film, Boston University, and co-founded Stagesource, Boston. Alvaré also distinguished himself as owner of Botanicvs Antiques & Fine Arts, Hudson, New York- a gallery of late 18th and 19th century antiques, fine arts and decorative elements and has served on a variety of boards and associations. He was born and raised outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and educated at the University Of Pennsylvania where he received a BA in Theater Arts, and was selected for the Judy Lee Award in Playwriting. He attended graduate studies at The Annenberg School for Communication.

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