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I’m Tori Rubloff, a content creator and aspiring creative director with a passion for diving into the human experience to create media that has intention, whether that's to educate and influence a target audience, tell an emotion-provoking story, expand reach, increase search engine visibility, or make a positive social impact.

My goal is to help brands and organizations create engaging, thoughtful, relevant, curiosity-sparking content, and then deliver these in effective ways to reach strategic outcomes.

Storytelling, asking questions and thinking outside modes of habit are at the heart of what I do, and I truly believe that pursuing the answer to a single question, no matter how trivial or overly ambitious, can fuel media that sparks minds and spurs action.

Say hello!

Email / tmrubloff@gmail.com

TORI RUBLOFF

DIGITAL STORYTELLER

Storyteller. Creator. Truth seeker.

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS

 

Data Storytelling Featured on:

Rolling Stone, Forbes, Yahoo Finance, Money, The Washington Examiner, Quartz, Fast Company, Real Simple, Insider, Better Homes and Gardens, Realtor.com, PC Mag, and The Motley Fool

Writing and Multimedia Published on:

WUFT News

Study Breaks Magazine

Her Campus Media

University of Florida Her Campus

Thought Catalog

15 Minutes of Fame Film Festival

EDUCATION

Master of Arts in Mass Communication

University of Florida

Aug. 2018

LATEST INDEPENDENT PROJECT:
Fate of Faith in America

Tori Rubloff is the creative director, story producer, and website designer of Fate of Faith in America, a multimedia website that explores the current trends of how millennials are experiencing religion and spirituality and what that means for the future of religion in America.

 

To create a portrait of religion and spirituality in America, the project includes video, audio, photos, an editorial writing style, and data visualizations.

Created over the course of 1 year, this project aims to encourage religious open-mindedness, understanding, and tolerance, all of which are relevant in an American era that is wrestling with concepts of "the other," polarity, and divisiveness.

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