Gaby Wilson is a writer, editor, television and print journalist. She's currently working as a culture correspondent for VICE & HBO's Emmy-winning nightly program, VICE News Tonight, reporting on music, film, art, and more.
Before VICE, Wilson was a correspondent reporter for MTV News, where she interviewed artists like Kendrick Lamar, Ariana Grande, and Cardi B. She's hosted special events for the channel like the MTV Video Music Awards and MTV Movie & TV Awards red carpets, as well as MTV's live 2016 presidential election night coverage and a conversation about climate change with former Vice President Al Gore for MTV's An Inconvenient Special town hall. She's also the creator and host of Seen & Heard, a profile series about women in more behind-the-scenes roles in the music industry.
Before transitioning to her role as correspondent, Wilson was MTV News' Style editor, leading the outlet's fashion coverage and contributing to special projects like the reboot of House of Style. In 2015, she earned a Cynopsis Media Rising Star Award for her work in this position.
Wilson received her Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Virginia in English and Biology, has lived in five countries and six states, and her favorite Blink-182 album is Dude Ranch.
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