Please enjoy the selected projects that I've chosen to represent my interests, expertise, and talent as a freelance creative! Here, you will find sections specific to my work -in both writing and photography- with specific magazines, large-scale projects, and websites I've designed.
Published in Kansas Weddings Magazine
Writing, Photography & Modeling
Kansas Magazine is published annually, through Kansas' predominant Sunflower Publishing. As a contributor for several of their regional and state-wide magazines, being chosen as a contributor for this year's KWM was the cherry on top of a wonderful year. In the 2018 issue, you'll find two feature stories I've written, the wedding registry where two weddings I've photographed are featured, and a piece on bridal dresses I modeled for.
Written Contributions to KWM:
"To Have And To Hold" is a section of features in KWM that I've written. There are two married couples that were chosen for their unique love stories that have taken place in Kansas, and are shared for their inspiration for brides (and grooms) to be!
While KWM hasn't been released on issuu.com yet, you can pick up a copy or order one online by going to sunflowerpub.com. I've taken photos and displayed them below as a record of my work, to show each story I've written for this section; one on "Kayla and Logan Walker," and the other on "Kelly and Troy Henningson."
Photography Contributions to KWM:
This year I am fortunate enough to have had two of my brides included in the wedding register! Below, you can see a small gallery of photos of each couple that were used in the final copy of their announcement. It's a dream of mine to have photography in a wedding magazine. Being the photographer behind each of these weddings was so much fun!
Modeling for KWM:
I have never modeled in my life until this opportunity. Fortunately, I have been the one directing models before -I'm usually the person behind the camera- so those skills helped me in front of it this time. My photos occur in the "One Of A Kind" section that gives brides a sense of alternative bridal wear. Modeling the vintage, hand-made gowns and hand-foraged turquoise pieces changed my perspective of the wedding industry and I hope these photos do the same for you.