Pableaux Johnson is a freelance ipad developer and strategist based in New Orleans.
In previous incarnations, he has worked throughout the publishing industry in varying capacities from production art to newspaper editing to photojournalism to software education.
As a freelance journalist, his focus has been on food/travel writing, restaurant criticism and cooking-related features.
Partial publication list:
Food editor of Louisville Courier-Journal. Published in New York Times (Dining In/Out, Travel, Escapes), New Orleans Times-Picayune, New Orleans Gambit Weekly, Austin Chronicle, Houston Press, London Daily Telegraph.
Saveur, Bon Appetit, Food Arts, Chile Pepper, Wine and Spirits, Coastal Living, BBC Good Food, Texas Monthly, Garden and Gun
ESPN Gameday Gourmet (ESPN Books, 2007), Eating New Orleans (Countryman Press, 2005), World Food New Orleans (Lonely Planet, 2000), Fodor’s Cityguide Austin (Fodor’s, 2001).
Citysearch.com (New Orleans, Austin, San Antonio), Condé Nast properties epicurious.com and concierge.com, beer.com (columnist), emerils.com
2003 James Beard Journalism Award nomination for newspaper feature without recipes, Winner of Jacob’s Creek World Media Award (silver) for World Food New Orleans, 2007 Le Cordon Bleu World Media Award nomination for Eating New Orleans.
Pableaux is also a photojournalist with a specialty in street photography
Partial publication list: New York Times (Travel and Dining sections), Philadelphia Inquirer, Food Arts, Wine and Spirits, Chile Pepper magazines.
Prior to his life in “content side,” he worked as an independent graphic/web designer, print-production artist and all-around type monkey.