A longtime journalist, Bridget has written for a number of respected publications, including Vanity Fair, Forbes, British Vogue, Departures, Travel+Leisure, House & Garden, DuJour, Equestrian Quarterly, Refinery29, and A Little Bird.
Click on the publications below to view a selection of Bridget's journalism:
I am far from the first person to be critical or sceptical towards the wellness industry, or to feel overwhelmed by the deluge of conflicting information available. Caffeine—does it slow down or speed up your metabolism?
Through her online and in-person coaching, Nadine Dumas has helped women lose a combined 15,000 lbs.
Thirty-four year-old Chinese-born entrepreneur Ada Yi Zhao combined her knowledge of finance and love of fashion to create Curated Crowd, the world's first integrated crowdfunding and e-commerce platform for emerging designers.
St Tropez needs no introduction. Synonymous with glamour, Hollywood, supine women in white bikinis and teeming coups of Champagne, its remains a destination of lore.
When I get asked about my 'typical day' I often sigh, as there really is no such thing. Constantly on the go, the common denominator is that I am always time poor and more than likely eating out and on the go.
Ibiza is changing. Subverting its own reputation as a buoyant party destination, for every blistering DJ set elsewhere on the island you'll find a new wellness retreat or organic farm.
As the May Royal wedding approaches, the internet is abuzz with questions of who will design Meghan Markle's dress, who will attend the nuptials, where will they honeymoon and of course, who and how will she style her hair.
Gazelli House is designed to look and feel like a home. Its founder, Jamila Askarova, wanted to create a space for clients to not simply have spa treatments but to relax, engage and learn.
Mark Zuckerberg wears the same muted palette of T-shirts and denim every day to reduce decision fatigue, to keep his life simple and streamlined. You could say the plain and streamlined interiors of BAO - both in Fitzrovia and Soho - serve the same purpose.
Toronto has no shortage of restaurants. And after spending time in culinary school and the kitchen of a handful of serious restaurants in New York, John Sinopoli returned to Toronto try his hand at a hometown restaurant.
Susan MacTavish is working to save the world one dinner at a time. As the founder and CEO of Living MacTavish, Susan is known worldwide by top CEOs, authors, actors and influencers as a leading cultural connector.
Kate Simko performs at the Royal Albert Hall with her group the London Electronic Orchestra as part of the Women and the Hall programme.
Alister Rollins is looking to change the way we workout. As the model stands, gyms dream of signing customers up to their premises on the hopes that they'll never use them.
Faced with the challenge of what to book and what to see, we've visited the top productions across the city and picked out the most engaging, insightful and inspiring. From Jeremy Irons to Carey Mulligan, to new playwrights and updated classics, the variety and versatility of what is on stage is staggering.
The world of wellness is only growing. Health and beauty is a 360-degree mindset. It’s something brands are beginning to understand, now designing packages and programmes that support guests year-round and target both the mind and the body.
From Mayfair to Kensington the Mahiki brand is hot. Recently garnering press coverage after Princess Eugenie announced her engagement to the club's former manager Jack Brooksbank.
Days before the annual British Academy Film Awards all bets are on, predictions being made and Audi exclusively caught up with actress Sophie Turner to chat through her best guesses at this year's big winners.
In 1999, Beverley Calvert was trying to find a pair of pyjamas for her partner. Nothing complicated, just comfortable, high-quality pieces. And there was simply nothing available.
Young, idealistic and ambitious, East Coast Canadians Amy Schwartz and John Furness packed their bags and moved from Nova Scotia to Huanchaco Peru to pursue their love of surfing and to try and make a career from that passion.
Based in Berlin, born in India, educated at Harvard business school, Naren Shaam's own past has the tenets of any good travel story. So perhaps it's no surprise that after a career in finance in New York and working as a global product manager in the auto industry, again in the US, he then relocated to Germany and started GoEuro.
Picture Oscar Wilde or perhaps George Bernard Shaw, supine on a rich velvet chaise longue, deep in conversation. An Italian invention, which flourished in France and England, salons were circles of friends - often writers and artists - who gathered to discuss the important subjects of the period.
A stage production is like a recipe or a finely tuned orchestra, every part from the script to the actors, the crescendo of the music, the frill on the edge of a costume, and of course, the staging, work together to bring the story to life.
Like so many industries, the beauty market is in the midst of a revolution. Big budget name brands are being passed over for younger, newer, small-batch start-ups.