Corinne Boyer graduated from the College of Charleston in 2006 with a B.A. in Communication. After graduation, Boyer moved to New York City where she interned for Velour Records, V2-Artemis Records, and Nasty Little Man public relations. As an account executive for a start-up music marketing firm, a hostess, and a nanny, Boyer eventually quit all of her jobs and moved to Korea. Living in Yong-in, South Korea, Boyer taught English at a public elementary school. While living in Korea, she traveled to Taiwan, Thailand, South Africa, Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
After countless concerts, trekking through jungles, and shuffling through NYC subway stops, Boyer has worn, thrown away, and bought her fair share of flip-flops. Her flip-flop addiction can be blamed for her plantar fasciitis, occasional dirty feet, and the ability to negotiate the price of new flip-flops in whatever part of the world she finds herself in. Boyer has published articles with ehow.com, she is an editoral intern for the Charleston City Paper, and is currently working on her first novel.