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The .xyz community is home to many skilled creatives using .xyz to share their passions and career experiences. Entertainer Ace Anderson uses to showcase his accomplishments. Political satirist Bassem Youssef uses to highlight his media appearances, upcoming shows, and press clippings. Accomplished writer and book editor Jackson Howard uses to display his writing samples. In this week’s #WebsiteWednesday, we’ll introduce you to an accomplished video journalist, director, producer, and editor who highlights her vast career experiences on her own domain:

Get to know Gabriella Lewis is the personal website of self-described “video journalist, director, producer, and editor” Gabriella Lewis. With over 8 years of experience, the Bay Area native creates engaging and insightful videos that capture the attention of viewers around the world. Gabriella graduated from The New School with a degree in Journalism and has since made her home in Brooklyn, New York where she spends her free time tending to her many houseplants, baking, and caring for Snacks, her pet corn snake. As a Senior Video Journalist at The New York Times, Gabriella has made significant contributions to the publication’s video content. As she shares on her website, Gabriella’s work has also been featured in other distinguished publications such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Pitchfork, and CNN. 

Video journalism for The New York Times

As a Senior Video Journalist at The New York Times and the New York Times Cooking division, Gabriella leads creative development and production for new and existing video series that prioritize reporting, storytelling, and entertainment. In her position, Gabriella manages the creative, production, and post-production aspects of large-scale video shoots, such as budgeting and coordinating with talent, internal teams, and external freelancers. Gabriella pitches, directs, produces, shoots, and edits video series for large audiences on tight deadlines. Gabriella’s produced videos for The New York Times and the New York Times Cooking division vary in length and are used for a range of purposes, from short news segments to in-depth features. Her videos are an integral part of the Times’ multimedia coverage, and are designed to bring stories to life through powerful visuals and compelling storytelling. 

Using to explore Gabriella’s projects for The New York Times, Wired, Vanity Fair, and more

Gabriella’s projects are easy to explore with a simple and informative website design. features a gallery of Gabriella’s projects, including many from the New York Times as well features from Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ. Her projects are categorized by subject on pages such as Food, Lifestyle & Culture, Science & Technology, and Beauty, which makes it even easier to navigate her website and experience her range of work. Take a look at the Food page to learn about the different projects that Gabriella has worked on for the New York Times Cooking division. For a more detailed experience, click on a thumbnail image to learn more and watch the project. Check out Mystery Menu, a selection from the Mystery Menu series directed, produced, and filmed by Gabriella. This project is titled “2 Chefs Try to Make A Meal Out of Bananas” and features chef Sohla El-Waylly’s recipe for Banana Cream Pie. Gabriella shares the embedded video from the New York Times YouTube channel, where the video has accumulated over 409,000 views.1 On the Science & Technology page, check out Gabriella’s production for Wired. This project is titled “Former FBI Agent Breaks Down Political Body Language,” and features Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro. The video has garnered over 3 million views on Wired’s YouTube channel.2

The benefits of Gabriella’s use of a domain

Using a domain like can help make it easier for Gabriella and her work to be discoverable online. Anyone who Googles “Gabriella Lewis” will see at the top of the search results page (as of February 22, 2023). With a professional website using a domain name that matches your full name, it’s more likely that your website will show up in relevant results. We are proud to have the talented Gabriella Lewis in the .xyz community. You can learn more about Gabriella by following her on Twitter and LinkedIn, and by visiting


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