Gregory is the sixth editor since The Magazine ANTIQUES’s founding in 1922. A career magazine journalist, he has a deep and abiding interest in the fine and decorative arts, design, and architecture. He was the founding editor of MODERN Magazine in 2009; and a senior features editor for House & Garden magazine from 1998 to 2007. Gregory has a degree in English literature from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, and grew up in the city of Annapolis.
After 15 years as an American art dealer and gallery director, Don joined ANTIQUES in September of 2011. Don brings a vast breadth of knowledge of the American paintings market to the publication—an important niche within the magazine’s editorial and advertising content. His goal is to help maintain the legacy of the century-old title and provide an important forum for dealers, museums, and luxury brands to promote their businesses. Don is a father of two girls, and an avid fan of the New York Metropolitans.
Senior Editor and Digital Media Producer
Sammy is senior editor at ANTIQUES and editor of the publication's podcast Curious Objects. A graduate of New York University’s Steinhardt School, Sammy has shown his own artwork around the world, and has helped shepherd that of emerging artists into the light of day as a member of the art collective No Home Gallery. Having come to ANTIQUES via the contemporary art world, Sammy has been surprised to learn what’s new isn’t always best.
Digital Media Coordinator and Editorial Research Associate
Sarah works on research and fact-checking for ANTIQUES. She also oversees social media. She is a postgraduate candidate in the History of Design program at the University of Oxford and comes to ANTIQUES from the museum world.
Martin has been with ANTIQUES for the past 20 years and has been the publication's art director for the last three. He grew up in Rockville Center, New York and now lives in Queens with his wife Debbie and their two kids.
Director of Marketing and Development
Jennifer has been involved with ANTIQUES since 1997, first as Advertising Director, then Publisher and currently as Director of Marketing and Development. She worked closely with several Editors, including Wendell Garrett, Allison Ledes, Elizabeth Pochoda, and now with Gregory Cerio. Jennifer is a long-time resident of Downtown Manhattan where she raised her two sons Ross and Samuel.
Eleanor, who started at ANTIQUES fresh out of college, stepped back from her full-time role as executive editor in 2017. As consulting editor, she continues to write our Endnotes page, while also serving as our institutional memory and making sure we don’t let our editorial standards slip. In her free time she enjoys the familiar fruits of retirement: traveling, spending time with her four children and their families, and playing tennis and bridge.
Glenn is a curator, writer, and historian who works at the intersection of craft and contemporary art. Currently Senior Scholar at the Yale Center for British Art, he has previously been Director of the Museum of Arts and Design; Head of Research at the V&A; and Curator at the Chipstone Foundation in Milwaukee. Glenn has written multiple publications, including his most recent Fewer Better Things: The Hidden Wisdom of Objects, published by Bloomsbury in 2018.
Betsy served as ANTIQUES’s editor for 8 years, only the fifth editor since the publication’s founding in 1922. As a longtime magazine professional, she has a keen interest in fine art, antiques, and design and holds a PhD in medieval and Renaissance literature from the University of Pennsylvania. She was also the arts editor of The Nation magazine for many years.
Elizabeth Lanza is the Editorial Assistant at TMA. Born on Cape Cod, Elizabeth is a lifelong lover of New England architecture. She comes from a family of writers and bibliophiles and has an appreciation for hard writing and easy reading (apologies to Nathaniel Hawthorne). Elizabeth is working towards a degree in Comparative Literature at Fordham University Lincoln Center, where she also studies French language and literature.