Sony Club

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For this club we look for bloggers who are truly passionate about Sony products – bloggers who buy and own Sony products on their own and who already love the brand. We also select bloggers who are selective with what brands they work with and who are creative with how they work with them. Our goal was to bring these people together so that we can get to know them and share product details with them, but also so that they can get to know one another.

While our 2013 bloggers have already been selected, we’re always open to meeting new bloggers and are always adding new categories of focus. If you think you fit the description above, please feel free to download this questionnaire at the link below and shoot us an email at SonyBlog@am.sony.com. We’ll look through every email when we begin sending out invites for next year.

 

Meet the 2013 Sony Club Bloggers

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– Dave Amirault –

Dave Amirault, or “Digi Dave” as he’s known, is a 15+ year veteran of the ski industry and hails from the mean streets of Aspen, CO.

DaveAmirault.com

 

 

Amanda

– Amanda Broooks — 

What started as a passion for running has led Amanda Brooks to develop a simple philosophy that she shares on her site RunToTheFinish and through speaking engagements around the country: it takes just one step at a time to achieve the life you want.

RunToTheFinish.com

 

 

Carol Cain Photo– Carol Cain

Carol Cain is an award-winning travel and food blogger who loves photography, sharing stories about her journeys on her blog, GirlGoneTravel.com, and adventures with her 3 boys and husband.

GirlGoneTravel.com

 

 

Shivani–Shivani Cotter — 

Shivani Cotter is a writer, award-winning technology blogger, and social media activist, dedicated to teaching others how to live positive and fulfilling lives as well as leaving a lovely legacy for her daughters.

TrendingMom.com

 

Diana Steffen– Diana Elizabeth –

With camera in hand, Diana Elizabeth  documents the pursuit of a domestic and urban farming lifestyle in her 1950’s cottage style home that sits on a former citrus grove.

DianaElizabethBlog.com

 

 

Ryan Gargiulo– Ryan Gargiulo

Hey! I’m Ryan Gargiulo. I’m a blogger, wordpress geek, wannabe photographer, adrenaline seeker, fitness fanatic, foodie and world traveler hailing from Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

PauseTheMoment.com

 

Vivienne– Vivienne Gucwa –

Vivienne Gucwa is a photographer based in New York City. A major focus of her work revolves around trying to capture the essence of New York City via her photography and writing. She started her photography blog in 2010 as a way to document the transient quality of New York City’s urban and natural landscapes, architecture and its inhabitants. Her work has been featured in a variety of publications online and in print, as well as on television.

NYThroughTheLens.com

 

susan mclean fancy laundry– Susan McLean –

Susan McLean is a best-selling author, award-winning blogger, and stay at home humorist who can be found sharing her views on the lighter side of motherhood at The Divine Secrets of a Domestic Diva.

DivineSecretsOfADomesticDiva.com

 

 

Crystal headshot new– Crystal Reagan — 

Crystal is a caffeine addicted chocolate aficionado and owner of SimplyBeingMommy.com where she openly shares her journey as wife and mother.

SimplyBeingMommy.com

 

 

Kristen Sarah– Kristen Sarah — 

Kristen Sarah is an actress, host, videographer and self proclaimed travel junkie who galavants around the world in search of incredible off the beaten path adventures.

HopscotchtheGlobe.com

 

Frederick Van Johnson 2– Frederick Van Johnson —

Frederick Van Johnson is a professional Photographer, Marketer, Podcaster. He is also the host of This Week in Photo aka TWiP  — one of the Internet’s most beloved and popular photography podcasts.

ThisWeekinPhoto.com

 

Participation in the Sony Club program is voluntary and participants are required to clearly disclose their relationship with Sony as well as any compensation received, including travel opportunities, expenses or products. In the event that products are received for review, participants may keep or dispose of product at their discretion.