Taylor Fowler

Taylor Fowler is a writer and entrepreneur.

A Pittsburgh native and Lawrenceville resident, Taylor’s pastime is exploring the ‘Burgh and getting to know humans behind local art, culture, nonprofit, and small business scenes. She’s passionate about cultivating connections and finding the latest feature story to tell.

Taylor also helps creatives, businesses, and organizations build authentic, effective communications that connect and compel audiences through copywriting and PR strategy. Learn more on her website.

Outside of writing and business, you’ll find her planning events at Kenny’s in Homewood, volunteering, or at an open mic sharing creative words and poetry.

Check out her writing and business services at taylorfowler.com, and follow her on Instagram at @taylorifowler.

Painting My Way Through Life: Pittsburgh (And Beyond) Through The Eyes of Artist Ron Donoughe

By Taylor Fowler / June 21, 2022

Ron Donoughe has spent over 30 years painting the Pennsylvania landscape, especially Pittsburgh. When you don’t find him capturing the spirit of his paintings on location, you’ll likely find him in his Lawrenceville studio – where he’s watched the neighborhood transform through his windows.

With a potential sale of his building looming in 2022, we chatted with Donoughe about his artistic journey thus far, what might come next, and Pittsburgh through his eyes.

Art of Purpose: a Q&A with artist Natiq Jalil

By Taylor Fowler / February 25, 2022

Get to know Natiq Jalil’s artistic journey, biggest accomplishments (so far), and the top Pittsburgh spots he’d take an out-of-towner.

Looking for a job? Find your next one on a Pittsburgh job board.

By Taylor Fowler / November 19, 2021

If you’re ready for a job change, easily search through local job listings and find your best fit with these Pittsburgh-based sites, socials and search engines.

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Got stuff? The ultimate guide on where to donate clothing & more in Pittsburgh

By Taylor Fowler / June 7, 2021

Pittsburgh’s warm weather might have you itching for a spring clean out and refresh. Maybe tossing some pandemic purchases you didn’t need after all, eh?