Eight years ago, Katy Niner sublet her apartment in Brooklyn to spend the summer in the Tetons, and has been writing about Jackson Hole ever since. Even before moving West, her route had been circuitous: born and raised in Connecticut, Katy spent summers at ranch camp in Wyoming and winter weekends in Vermont. With an English Literature/ Creative Writing diploma from Princeton University, she moved to Ha Noi, Viet Nam for a fellowship as a subeditor at the only English-language daily newspaper. Back stateside, she worked in merchandising at West Elm and marketing at the Asia Society before decamping to Wyoming to write for the Jackson Hole News&Guide. Now freelance, she supplies words for a plethora of projects and publications.