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About Us

Thought-provoking stories, profiles of Bay Area personalities, journeys to destinations near and far — plus the best places to dine, shop, play, and enjoy Marin County and beyond — Marin Magazine is the single best resource for reaching the region’s most affluent readers. With sharp, insightful writing and gorgeous photography and artwork, Marin Magazine keeps readers informed on the hot new trends, the latest fashion and home ideas, the most noteworthy social events, and all the cultural richness of Marin, San Francisco, and beyond.

Unlike any other regional publication, Marin Magazine brings readers the best of the Bay Area’s most beautiful county. The editorial staff knows the territory — they live here or grew up here, and love its nooks and crannies. Their mission is to bring the lives and lifestyles of Marin together into one beautiful package, uncovering history and tradition, finding out what’s new and innovative, and building community, one reader at a time.

No magazine reaches into Marin County with the depth of coverage of Marin Magazine. Each issue overflows with stunning images and information — an irresistible journal for Marin’s discerning readers.

Management Team

NIKKI WOOD, President and Editorial Director
During the 1990s, Nikki Wood was the co-owner, publisher, and business manager of Coast Magazine, located in Newport Beach, California. This publication served the communities of coastal Orange County and garnered a reputation for its elegant layouts, rich content, and clean, beautiful covers — a magazine that doubled as a coffee-table book.

JIM WOOD, Senior Writer
Jim Wood, also former co-owner of Coast, has written articles and op-ed pieces for such Orange County publications as the Orange Coast Daily Pilot, Metropolitan Journal, OC Metro, and Coast Magazine. His preferred topics are local and global issues, travel, and special interest stories. In 2000, Jim and Nikki Wood sold Coast Magazine to the Orange County Register and, after traveling the world, relocated to Marin County and began formulating Marin Magazine. The story of their publishing partnership is best expressed by Nikki’s comment: “What can be better than doing what you love, in a place you love?”

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