As a photographer, Veronica Crawford’s emphasis on capturing her subject’s authenticity is apparent in both her own demeanor and examples of her work.
I was the girl with the ten-step system, the Clarisonic, the masks and spot treatments and toners and oils. Adults aren’t supposed to break out anymore, right? People are supposed to outgrow acne?
Bronze Avery is the kind of person who makes you feel like the most important one in the room — he radiates care for others and is someone I instantly trusted.
Allison Gretchko is no stranger to holding it down as a woman in boy’s clubs.
My initial meeting with Katherine Leon was my first glimpse into the spirit of the most gentle friend I’ve ever made.
As the eldest daughter in a matriarchal family, embracing her femininity has never been an issue for Alexis Page — aside from in the workplace.
Morgan McGlothan is someone you can’t miss in a room. She’s also a person who openly deals with anxiety, letting others into her experience of the rollercoaster ride that our feelings can take us on.
Cinnamon Girl is a column introducing the staff and support who help run the magazine.
Alexis is the perfect combination of serious and kooky, and her nuggets of life advice — always solid gold, natch — are steadily tucked in between commentary that makes me laugh.
The most stable person I know believes in upheaval. She believes in change and destruction. She believes in rebuilding with intention and living that way too.