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Lucie Fink        

Host of the Refinery29 YouTube Series "Try Living with Lucie"; Video Producer & Social Media Personality

Lucie Fink is a video producer, lifestyle host, stop motion artist and social media personality. A 2014 graduate from Johns Hopkins University, Lucie graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in creative writing and a concentration in media.

She has made numerous appearances on NBC’s Today Show as a Millennial spokesperson, discussing a wide range of topics relevant to her generation. After graduation, she worked at Ogilvy & Mather as an Associate Producer in their branded entertainment division. While in college, Lucie worked for Straight Up Films, Atlas Media, JWT and the UK-based shopping channel, Argos TV.

At Refinery29, she created and hosts the hit YouTube series "Try Living with Lucie" (TLWL) where she takes on social experiments 5 days at a time, documenting her experience vlog style. The series won 2 bronze Telly Awards in 2017 (Best Lifestyle Content & Best Webseries) and was nominated for a Webby Award in 2018 (Best Personality / Host). In addition to TLWL, Lucie has created a plethora of other video formats for Refinery29 that she hosts and produces: "Lucie for Hire" (where she tries out other people's jobs for a day), original pieces for Snapchat Discover, Facebook Live and more. Her content has been syndicated across various platforms including Comcast, Delta's In-Flight Entertainment, & Gloss TV.

On the side of her on-camera work, Lucie has been commissioned by brands to create stop motion videos and other pieces of original content for social media. She's worked with Oreo, Under Armour, The TODAY Show, SoulCycle and more. She's been featured in Forbes, A Plus and Daily Mail among others.


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