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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!)
The summer issue of Manhattan Magazine is out–so honored to have the cover shot this issue for our feature on pancake feeds around the area. Check out the taste section for our friends at Varsity Donuts and a lovely home profile of a Manhattan family.
Hooray! The summer issue of Manhattan Magazine is out in all its glory. I’m really excited for this issue… filled with my two favorite things—lovely homes and yummy food. How do you go wrong?
I had two really fun assignments for this issue; one, a multi-location story about a food crawl through the heart of Aggieville. All your favorite restaurants that you know and love about Manhattan, featuring a highlight from each. (Think sushi, lattés, raspberry chipotle bean dip, the most delicious sandwich you could stuff your face with, and pizza…) All I could think about when I photographed each location was om nom nom nom… I wish I could eat half the stuff!
The other story I photographed was a beautiful, historical home located near the Kansas State University campus. As you’ll read in the story, the home was originally on the outskirts of town at the time it was built in 1872. A couple, both instructors at KSU, have delicately transformed the home into a functional, modern abode while maintaining the home’s character and charm. The owners were a delight to work with and their pups curiously followed while we photographed elements of their beautiful space.
The Spring issue of Manhattan Magazine is out! And guess who is the lucky girl to get the cover shot?!
This issue was SO much fun to photograph! The cover story features several family-friendly activities in the community this spring, and we styled several child models with costumes and accessories by local retailers and Etsy sellers. I also had the great pleasure to meet Nelson Smith and his lovely wife to photograph their fantastic mid-century home, and spend an afternoon with Megan Curtain and photograph a cocktail party she planned as part of her company, Little Apple Events. This issue is filled with lively stories and great photography by all our contributors.
Check out the rest of the issue!
This is a couple of weeks behind, but the new issue of Manhattan Magazine is out on doorsteps! Inside are some amazing stories of people in our own community – I was so pleased to photograph some of them.
Be sure to check out the featured cottage, restored from a nearly-demolished home to a cozy, warm space filled with art and antiques — we had a great afternoon to photograph this charming home in all its splendor. And the story about a retired Army Colonel who is helping to give children tools for education through his organization Help us Learn…Give us Hope. He was recognized with the 2010 National Spirit of Service award for his efforts! Amazing. You’ll also meet families who chose adoption and the delight they share in new family traditions, and a group of moms who organize activities to build a community of support for their children. (That’s just a sampling of the stories I worked on–and there is SO much more!) Click below to see the whole issue (RSS readers can find it here)
We’re working on the Spring issue now — watch out…so much good stuff to come!