Manhattan, New York
Manhattan, New York
Annamaria Stewart , is a TV personality and journalist of Chinese and Italian descent. Raised in San Francisco, she currently resides in NYC where she is the host and segment producer of two lifestyle programs for Clear Channel's in-airport TV network ClearVISION and online distribution partner CorporateProfile®. In addition to her role as the on-camera host, Annamaria handles all aspects of production from creative direction to post-production editing and packaging.
Annamaria also lends her dynamic personality to a variety of news outlets and has been seen on the red carpet for NY events like the TV Land Awards, as a contributor for Bleacher Report and NBC Sports’ coverage of the NHL All-Star Game and NFL Draft, and at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week; having reported from backstage at the Spring/Fall shows and from the red carpet for the Annual Style Awards. Her work as a fashion correspondent was recognized by the CW hit show Gossip Girl when she was featured in a cameo appearance during its Fashion's Night Out-themed episode, “The Undergraduates.” Her cameo was featured a second time in the show's finale special "New York, I Love You XOXO." Her previous professional experience and education have allowed her to move seamlessly from the glamour of the tents to her position as a correspondent for some of NYC’s hottest tech events, and her role as the host for gaming powerhouse THQ’s launch of Homefront for Xbox.
Prior to becoming an on-camera host and segment producer, Annamaria worked for an acclaimed global PR firm, as a member of its consumer beauty practice, and a boutique fashion PR firm where she worked alongside some of the industry's most successful designers and artists. She was also cast in an MTV pilot as part of the re-branding team for the clothing brand, Eckō Red.
Annamaria has appeared in various independent films and music videos, including a lead role in an international film race competition entry, which was chosen as a top finalist. She can also be seen in the controversial lead role of the Fortunate Ones’ “HOWL” music video, airing on MTV.
Annamaria graduated from the University of Portland, where she earned a BS in org. communication with a minor in entrepreneurship. During her time at the university, she received The Arthur A. Schulte Jr. Scholars Award, was selected for the prestigious Entrepreneur Scholars program, and worked for a Portland lifestyle magazine as a feature writer.