About Us

The premier lifestyle magazine of the Baltimore Metro area, STYLE showcases fashion, food, travel, design, local personalities and more. The magazine published nine times a year. Each issue reaches 112,000 upscale readers.


Associate publisher Jeni Mann grew up in Carroll County and is a proud Towson University graduate. She was the executive editor for Corridor, Inc. magazine, deputy managing editor for the Baltimore Examiner and creative services manager for the Baltimore Sun’s special advertising sections. She lives with her husband and two rescue cats in a rowhome overlooking Patterson Park.

Jessica Gregg, managing editor of Baltimore STYLE, is a graduate of University of Maryland’s journalism school. She spent more than a decade writing for newspapers around central Maryland before she moved to the Big Sky country of Montana and began to teach writing. After returning to Charm City, she worked for Sisters of Academy of Baltimore, among other schools, blogging and writing in her free time until she made the return to journalism for good. She previously worked as the special products editor for The Daily Record. She is a happy rowhouse dweller and mother of two.

Kim Van Dyke, creative director of STYLE, holds a B.S. in advertising design from the University of Maryland, and a M.A. in publication design from the University of Baltimore. She was previously art/creative director for Chesapeake Life, Lehigh Valley Style and Susquehanna Style magazine. She has received many awards for her design work, including an art direction award from the Illustrators Club of MD, DC, VA; first place in special purpose publications from the Press Association Affiliate; and an Award of Excellence from the Art Director’s Club of Metropolitan Washington, D,C. The International Regional Magazine Association has also awarded her best art direction of a regional magazine. Kim serves on the board of directors for the Crownsville Conservancy and lives with her husband, two children, two dogs, two tree frogs, three domestic rats, 10 hermit crabs and one tortoise.

Staff writer Kimberly Uslin is a 2014 graduate of Washington College, where she earned her B.A. in English and Creative Writing and was honored as a finalist for the Sophie Kerr prize, the nation’s largest undergraduate literary award. After graduation, she attended Columbia University’s Publishing Course, only to discover that New York was not the place for her…and certainly had nothing on Charm City. Before coming to STYLE, she worked as a reporter for the Gettysburg Times and as an advertising and marketing assistant/online editor for Girls’ Life magazine. She now lives in Patterson Park with her large cactus collection and fat cat, Tito.



Martha Thomas, food editor, has had a long and varied career as a writer and editor. She grew up in New Hampshire and came to Baltimore in 2000 after living in Minneapolis and New York City. In Maryland, she has been a freelance writer, regularly contributing food features and reviews to such local publications as The Washington Post, City Paper, Urbanite and of course, Baltimore Style. Her work has also appeared in regional and national magazines including Architectural Digest, TimeOut New York, Travel & Leisure and AARP. She is a freelance copy editor for the World Wildlife Fund and is publications editor for the Baltimore Symphony.

A writing instructor at the University of Maryland, College Park, Martha recently launched a new course, Writing about Food, to examine and practice various genres of food writing, exploring how food is intricately woven into leisure, culture and society.


MID-ATLANTIC MEDIA is a growing custom communications firm centered in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., corridor with projects stretching across the Mid-Atlantic region. We publish the Baltimore Jewish Times, Baltimore STYLE magazine, Smart Shopper Magazine and Washington Jewish Week, while our Mid-Atlantic Custom Media division produces and manages titles in a range of industries.
Baltimore STYLE magazine, founded in 1989, covers the must-know people and provocative issues in Maryland, in addition to fashion, food, health and fitness, home and garden, travel and entertainment in the Baltimore region. Now published nine times a year, spirited, fun-to-read writing and beautiful photography combine to clench a readership in the upscale areas of the Greater Baltimore metropolitan area. It is also available on newsstands in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia.


STYLE is always seeking talented, enthusiastic students who are interested in learning more about magazine planning, writing and production. More information or to apply for our internship, CLICK HERE.