Jonathan Van Meter Biography
Jonathan Van Meter is a pre-eminent American journalist presently working as a contributing editor at American Vogue. Moreover, he also serves as a regular contributor for the New York Times Magazine. Additionally, Jonathan writes about society, politics, media, Hollywood, and fashion.
Before joining the New York Times Magazine and American Vogue, Jonathan began his journalism career at Atlantic City Magazine. There, he served as a writer. Also, Jonathan has written for other popular publications such as Spin, The Sunday Times Magazine (London), Spy, The Guardian, Allure, Esquire as well as Vanity Fair.
Jonathan Van Meter Age
Jonathan was born on 5th May 1964, in the United States. He is 58 years old.
Jonathan Van Meter Height
Jonathan is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73m).
Jonathan Van Meter Family
Jonathan was born to his staunch father and mother on 5th May 1964, in the United States of America. Nevertheless, he has not babbled any conspicuous intelligence in regard to his parents or if he has any siblings.
Jonathan Van Meter Wife
Jonathan is gladly married to his caring and supportive wife whom he has revealed any details about her. Jonathan is a proud father to his adorable children.
Jonathan Van Meter Salary
He receives a decent salary of $87,449 annually. This is according to American Vogue contributing editors’ salaries.
Jonathan Van Meter Net Worth
Jonathan has managed to stockpile good affluence in his career and has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 million – $5 million.
Jonathan Van Meter Career
as of now, Jonathan serves as a contributing editor at American Vogue. Moreover, he also serves as a regular contributor for the New York Times Magazine. Additionally, Jonathan writes about society, politics, media, Hollywood, and fashion.
Before joining the New York Times Magazine and American Vogue, he kicked off his career as a writer at Atlantic City Magazine. Moreover, he has written for The Guardian, Spy, Allure, Spin, Esquire, Tattler, and The Sunday Times Magazine (London). Jonathan has also written for The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and New York Magazine among other popular publications.
Formerly, he served as the founding Editor-in-Chief at Vibe Magazine created by Quincy Jones for two consecutive years (from 1992 to 1994). Into the bargain, Jonathan often appeared on United States Television. He has also appeared on the Ruby Wax Show based in the United Kingdom.
Apart from his journalism career, he is the author of New Jersey (Pentagram Design, London, 2001), New Jersey (Pentagram Design, London, 2001), the Rise and Fall of Atlantic City (Crown, New York, 2003), The Last Good Time: Skinny D’Amato, the Notorious 500 Club, and Vogue X Music (Abrams, New York, 2018), among numerous others.