Hodinkee EVP of Content Moves to Sotheby’s
Nick Marino is the auction house’s new global head of content.
Nick Marino joins the auction house from Hodinkee, where he was executive vice president of content for three years.
At Sotheby’s, Marino will oversee the content strategy spanning the Sotheby’s website, app, quarterly print magazine, social media, newsletters, livestreams, and market reports.
“I am delighted and honored to join Sotheby’s at such a transformative time in the company’s nearly 300 year-long history and proud to join a place that is both deeply rooted in heritage and history yet also consistently paving the way in the dynamic world of luxury and fine art,” Marino said.
“I am ready to get to work alongside its talented global team and learn from the most brilliant minds in the business.”
Marino’s multidisciplinary career has centered on storytelling through writing, photography, videos, podcasts, graphic design, and social media.
Marino got his start as a culture writer at various publications.
Career highlights include a stint as senior editor at Men’s Health and GQ, as an editor at Apple, and as global copy director at Levi’s. He has also worked as an adjunct professor at the University of Georgia and New York University.
Based in New York, Marino’s role will span Sotheby’s locations across the globe. He will report to Chief Marketing Officer Gareth Jones.
Jones said, “We are thrilled to have Nick join us as our global head of content, a new role that will help fuel our audience development. Having worked for a number of influential and powerful media companies and brands, he brings with him decades of invaluable expertise and I look forward to partnering with him on writing that next chapter at Sotheby’s.”
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