Editorial | Anyetsang's Little Tibet for Bon Appétit

I had the opportunity to photograph Anyetsang's Little Tibet to accompany Meredith Heil's review for the new Bon Appetit Neighborhood Guide. If you have the opportunity to go, I also recommend the momos.

Anyetsang's Little Tibet in Bloomington, Indiana for Bon Appetit Magazine.

Editorial | Squash Three Ways for Driftless Magazine

For Issue 8 of Driftless Magazine I had the pleasure of photographing three recipes created by Samantha Weiss-Hills. All the recipes incorporate Midwestern squash and the magazine spread includes squash illustrations by Kristen Dake of homeseed.


Editoral | Siosi Design for Lonny

"We combine lifestyle with work, think about form and function, design based on everyday inspiration, and combine pragmatism with creativity." - Audi Culver

I had the pleasure of photographing two of my friends and favorite furniture designers for Lonny Mag. If you're not already following the work Audi & Ivy create, I highly recommend that you do! 

Editorial | PRINTtEXT for Driftless Magazine

For those who don't know, I'm the editor and co-creative director of Driftless Magazine — an ad-free, self-published magazine about the Midwest. Ben and Janneane Blevins have been supporters of our publication from the start. They own the beautiful periodical shop PRINTtEXT in Indianapolis and I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing and photographing them for Issue 7 of Driftless. These two are kind and creative, inspiring and supportive, and I have loved getting to know them over the past few years. You can purchase Issue 7 online to read the full interview, but I highly recommend stopping by their amazing shop, meeting them (and their pups Huckleberry and Katie), and perusing their collection of print. 

Editorial | Marble Hill Farm

I had the opportunity to collaborate with Lindsay Welsh Sveen of The Fiber Archive on a story about Marble Hill Farm for Driftless MagazineLindsay wrote beautiful piece about this Bloomington, Indiana farm and created the Willow Hat using naturally dyed wool from their Shetland sheep. Read the full feature on the Driftless blog