Founder / Editor in Chief
Brad Bennett founded Well Spent in 2012, and is the site’s Editor in Chief. He’s also the founder of BDBCreative, a boutique web design, brand strategy, and digital marketing firm that works with emerging and independent brands to help them increase their online presence and sales. He lives in the rural woods of Upstate, NY with his wife and dog.
Nick Grant has been freelance writing since 2010, and contributing to Well Spent since 2012. His work has also appeared in Complex, GQ, Details and Vanity Fair, to name a few. He’s living a very boss life in Des Moines, Iowa, where he’s a Cool Dad™ with a Cool Mom™ to a beautiful 3-year old boy.
Fallon Mulcahy is a freelance writer and a Master’s student at Harvard University, pursuing a degree in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management. She ultimately intends to combat natural resource and labor exploitations within the apparel industry.
Christine Mitchell Adams is a freelance illustrator based in Vermont. Her drawings are minimal, clean and most often in black and white (color creeps her out a little). She has illustrated logos, menus, stationery, brand props and more for clients like Club Monaco, Tory Burch, Basil Hayden’s, and Huckberry. She is also a regular contributor to Downeast Magazine.
Jason Brozek is an ultramarathon runner, lapsed Ironman triathlete, and professor at a small liberal arts college, where he teaches courses on sustainability and international politics.