Adam Glassman: O, The Oprah Magazine's Creative Director
July 15, 2008
Adam Glassman has been Creative Director of O, The Oprah Magazine since 2000. In this role, Adam oversees the visuals for O's fashion, beauty and home editorial pages. Adam pioneered the idea of using real women in O's fashion pages. He is also involved in all aspects of O's monthly cover shoots.
In 2003, Adam added oversight of the newly launched O at Home magazine to his day-to-day responsibilities, acting as Creative Director for this publication as well.
In April 2007, Adam debuted his own column in O, The Oprah Magazine entitled "Adam Says". What started out as a fractional column quickly turned into a full page where Adam fields questions from O readers on topics ranging from age appropriate clothing to how to be comfortable and still look great during a long airplane flight. He's been flooded with questions, and while he can't answer every one, he knows that good questions are like fabulous shoes: the more, the better.
Adam is frequently seen on The Oprah Winfrey Show as Oprah's resident style expert, most recently working with Sarah Jessica Parker on the debut of her new clothing line "Bitten." He's also been a guest on Nate Berkus' radio show on Oprah Radio (XM Satellite channel 156) to offer affordable ideas on the latest in home trends.
Prior to joining the O family, Adam was a Contributing Editor to House and Garden and Style Director at SELF magazine. Adam has also worked as a freelance stylist and Art Director for clients that included: GAP, Ethan Allen, Spanish Vogue, Saks Fifth Avenue and London Fog to name a few. He is a native New Yorker.
Printed from Oprah.com on Wednesday, March 12, 2014