Originally from Nova Scotia, Bridget Arsenault holds a Master's Degree from Oxford University and a BA honours in English and Women Studies from Mount Allison University. A longtime journalist, she worked for Vanity Fair UK for over eight years, ending her time there as the Associate Editor, Print and Digital and the London Correspondent for vanityfair.com. Bridget is also the London Editor of Air Mail, a new weekly publication founded and edited by Graydon Carter, the former editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair. Bridget continues to work freelance for Vanity Fair and also works freelance for a variety of international publications, including British Vogue, Travel + Leisure, House & Garden, Refinery29 and Departures. Bridget is also a Lifestyle Editor at Forbes.com and the UK and London Editor for Equestrian Living. At the end of 2013 Bridget co-founded The Bright Young Things Film Club, an events company that fosters young filmmaking talent. That company came to an end in 2016 and Bridget launched a new events company Long-Winded Lady Productions. Bridget was the youngest Jury member on the London Spanish Film Festival in 2015. She has received numerous awards and accolades for both her writing and volunteer work, and she is currently working on a novel and a non-fiction book about Dorothy Parker.