The Editing Team:

Alexander De Luca

Alexander De Luca

Editor

Alexander is an author, blogger, and communications professional for an Ivy League university. He currently lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is working on his third novel. He can usually be found on the sidewalks of Cambridge taking pictures for Instagram in chinos and Nike Killshots.

Editor

Aaron Doucett

Aaron Doucett

Editor

Aaron is a Massachusetts native currently working in Cambridge. He first became interested in traditional style through researching for his blog, "The Thrifty Prep". Since, he has been an avid contributor to NavyBlazer and enjoys being part of the online community. His passions include rowing, cycling, writing, cartography, and of course, collecting ties.

Our Contributors:

Jacob Kurtz

Jacob Kurtz

Contributor

Jacob is currently an undergrad at the Pennsylvania State University, and has been contributing to /r/NavyBlazer since its debut in 2014. He is an avid fisherman, L.L. Bean superfan, and lover of heavy wool. At any given time, Jacob would rather be in Kennebunkport.

Connor Salerno

Connor Salerno

Contributor

A native Texan and former fraternity man at the University of Missouri, Connor now works and resides in Missouri where he spends his free time golfing and drinking. He enjoys politics, economics, horology and aviation.

Wilson Walker

Wilson Walker

Contributor

Wilson was born and raised in the foothills of North Carolina. He attended Western Carolina University and currently resides in Winston-Salem, NC. His passions include cooking food, grilling food and eating said food.

Trevon Tellor

Trevon Tellor

Contributor

Tellor is high school student from the Twin Cities. He enjoys singing in choir and rowing. His passion for trad stems from his grandfather who bought him his first navy blazer.

Andrew Abrams

Andrew Abrams

Communist

Andrew is an undergrad at the University of New Hampshire. Known as a contrarian to some and a sartorialist to most, his passions for history, New England, and traditional clothing are often intertwined into what he writes.