Camryn Rabideau

Camryn Rabideau

Lifestyle Writer

Expertise

Lifestyle, Product Reviews

Education

University of Rhode Island

Highlights

Experience

Camryn Rabideau is a full-time freelance writer living in Rhode Island. Thanks to her Bachelor of Science in Fashion Merchandising and Design (which included several courses in interior decorating), she's become an expert on all things home, contributing to popular sites like Martha Stewart, InStyle, Food52, Taste of Home, USA Today and more. 

She also regularly writes product reviews for Reviewed, putting today's hottest gadgets and home essentials to the test.

Education

Camryn received her Bachelor of Science in Textiles, Merchandising and Design from the University of Rhode Island.

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