Ragan Clark started her career in journalism at an online culture publication in Nashville, Tennessee. There, she interviewed artists such as Bear Hands, Kaleo and Allen Stone, wrote features and reviews and photographed concerts and events.
After her undergraduate studies she moved to London where she received a master's degree in Digital Asset and Media Management while freelancing as a video producer for the Associated Press. After completing her dissertation on the effects of the internet on the integrity of journalism, she moved to New York where she continued to freelance with AP as a video producer. She is now employed full-time at the AP as a Social Media Producer for entertainment and sports.
She has interviewed talent such as Armie Hammer, Martha Stewart, Bryce Dallas Howard, Felicity Jones, Tiffany Haddish and Tommy Hilfiger. Her writing is published by countless publications including The Washington Post, U.S. News and World Report, ABC News and The Telegraph. She loves New York, where she continues to dive into her passions for the arts, photography, videography and writing.