In Spring 2016, brides were feeling overwhelmed about the Pinterest-perfect weddings — and their huge price tags.
Undertaking a wedding tops the most stressful experiences of my young life. The pressure of planning a party for my family, friends, coworkers, and (our parents’) acquaintances filled me with dread. Years later, I revisited that terror (with some much-needed levity) to put together a list of things brides forgot on their wedding day.
Volunteers are giving back, even if they don’t have a lot of money to donate.
They asked me to update a fundraising self-mailer that included a remittance envelope for donations.
Even on a cloudy day, the atmosphere was delightfully warm. I snapped a few shots, interviewed shopkeepers and collected piles of notes that eventually became a guide to visiting this local gem.
For these articles, Mary Garner, the publisher uses both my articles and my photography to complete the magazine spread.
I put together this design by staying in alignment with the Brand Guide we had previously developed.
Aidan explains, “I write things down when I feel overwhelmed by detail. “
I’ve spent some time on the senior circut lately, writing about managing medications and Forest, VA history. This article folded neatly with that point of view. As a special section within Lynchburg Living Magazine, this article focused on the local options available to retirees. Make Yourself at Home in a Retirement Community Originally Published inContinue reading “Senior Living Guide”
When Lynchburg Business Magazine asked me to enter the world of amateur sports, I didn’t know how deep the research would take me.