Britt Thorson

Assistant Editor

Thorson
Britt Thorson
Assistant Editor
Britt is the Assistant Editor and a writer at Seattle Refined. She mainly covers the all-encompassing Lifestyle section, but can occasionally be found in Travel and Fashion as well.

Britt is a passionate Seattleite who loves to write, talk, eat and sleep (among some other things). She left this wonderful city for college at USC, and quickly moved back to the Pacific NorthBest as soon as she graduated. She’s a little obsessed and will defend this city to the death (it doesn't actually rain that much here! Chicago and NYC get more than us each year! Geez.)


An all around communications junkie, Britt’s dabbled in broadcast journalism, radio, talent publicity, weeklies, and strategic planning firms. Outside of writing, her passions are kids and animals - she volunteers with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program and spends ridiculous amounts of time cuddling with her dog Bella.

When Britt isn’t talking or typing, she’s probably watching Law and Order: SVU, trying to get friends to go out dancing, or hauling away on the elliptical.

Recent stories by Britt Thorson

Lifestyle A night with Catherine Lowe A night with Catherine Lowe (Photo Gallery)

Local Catherine Lowe of The Bachelor fame launched her new C.Lowe by S&G line at Fred Wildlife Refuge in Seattle last night. The line features notebooks, placemats and Lowe Notes - inspired by the notes she and now-husband Sean passed eachother during the show.

Lifestyle Q&A: The man behind Capitol Hill Block Party Q&A: The man behind Capitol Hill Block Party

We're coming up on one of the biggest weekends in the year for Seattle music lovers, and no one is busier than Capitol Hill Block Party owner Jason Lajeunesse. He took some time to tell us why Seattle, why Capitol Hill, and what to look forward to this year.

The Home Photos: Dream Walk-In Closets Photos: Dream Walk-In Closets (Photo Gallery)

At first glance, it might look like some of these pictures are of living rooms. Don't be fooled - these are all walk-in closets. Close you eyes, and picture how many pairs of shoes you would need to buy to fill up these closets from about the PNW, courtesy of our friends at Porch.com.