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The Spring issue is here, and oh my goodness, how fast have five years flown by? It wasn’t that long ago that I white-knuckled my first assignment with the magazine—and fast forward many assignments and stories told later, and we’re celebrating the fifth anniversary issue.
This issue’s departments feature the home of Tim Lindemuth, the former editor of the K-Stater magazine and now owner of an incredibly charming bed & breakfast. He is an incredible cook and historian! The home is delightfully filled with beautiful antiques and publishing ephemera. And don’t miss the tasty feature on Wahoo Fire & Ice Grill in Aggieville–I couldn’t leave the session without indulging a little, myself.
Much of the issue is devoted to a then and now from five years ago, which was great fun to photograph a couple of families who had been featured during the first year, including the owners of Tallgrass Brewery and K-State’s First Family, the Schulz’s.
Here’s to another five years and many more incredible stories to share about the people and places who shape our community! (click to read the issue for yourself!)
Seriously, I’m so ready for spring, and am having to eat my words with the huge snowstorm headed our way…and I’m guessing the tulips and daffodils in my yard are thinking the same thing!
I created this photograph of Anderson Hall on the Kansas State University campus after the last snowfall a couple of weeks ago. I have a feeling it’ll be a still-life playground the next few days if we get as much as they’re predicting. Messy to get around in, but so beautiful to look at and curl up by the fire while the snow falls.
Be safe out there!
This was a really fun issue to photograph for! The newest Winter 12 Manhattan Magazine issue has some great features, including a piece about four certified sommeliers in our community. That’s more than any other city in the state — I loved photographing each of them as they so enjoy sharing their knowledge about wine and creating a spirited, lively culture around the craft and its depth. (And I’m so honored to have photographed the cover shot for this issue as part of the feature!)
Among the pages you’ll also find a beautiful Wamego, Kansas home of the Donoho’s, who have lovingly cared for and restored a property rich with storied history from the early days of the settlement. And the next time you find yourself downtown Wamego, don’t miss the wonderful smells and tastes of Paramour Coffee; their knowledge and depth of coffee is at once delicious and delightful.
Enjoy the issue!
I love this little spot in our fair city — the view of Manhattan and the Flint Hills is magnificent, the sunshine is always beautiful and golden, and there’s tons of space to roam and explore. Not to mention the picture-perfect sunsets… and bonus, it’s really called Top of the World. We had a blast making lovely portraits of these kiddos…
Lauren and Travis love all things Hawaii… and it seemed only natural that when planning their wedding at the KSU Alumni Center, there were touches of the tropics everywhere. And down to the last detail, the ballroom was filled with beautiful accents of vibrant color and the laid-back, joyful attitude to enjoy the moment and even had a surprise performance by the KSU Marching Band on the terrace of the Alumni Center.
It was a beautiful day–congratulations again, Lauren and Travis!