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LE Miami has been growing up parallel to the contemporary travel industry, so as we approach our third year we thought it was time to give our collective an information source as fast-paced and international as they are.

Enter the all-new reincarnation of THE SHIFT, our insider edit of contemporary travel news and trends. We’ll be publishing daily snippets about new openings, events and developments from across the industry, sourced by the former Managing Editor of Hotel Chatter; long-form trend and editorial by the Editor-in-Chief of We Heart; as well as interviews and insights into our curated collective of travel brands.

Subscribe here, meet our first regular contributors below – and if you’re a writer who shares our point of view or a travel brand with something newsworthy to say, contact and let us know.



As the previous Managing Editor for the sadly departed, Juliana is used to reporting on breaking developments from across the travel industry. She also chronicles cool places to take the kids over at A good portion of her job involves sleeping in new hotels and keeping tabs on the ever-changing hospitality landscape. She’s currently based in Los Angeles and her favorite hotel amenities are fluffy pillows and free WiFi.



Paul is a freelance travel writer and was previously a contributing editor for Based in London, he knows the city’s hotel scene inside out, while also covering the latest in destinations around the world. When not checking out a new hotel, he checks in on the airlines and inflight products that get you there.



James is Editor-in-Chief of We Heart, an online design and lifestyle magazine that he founded in 2009 as a personal blog and now receives over half a million monthly views. He covers travel trends, creative hub destinations, new openings and influencer interviews for THE SHIFT.

Tim Snell

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