amy germain photographer Amy Germain lives in a small town in the Adirondack Mountains, near a lake, an hour from everything. A night owl but wants to be an early bird. She starts the day with black coffee and usually … Continue reading
leslie sophia lindell photographer Leslie Sophia Lindell is a food, travel, and lifestyle photographer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her most recent cookbook, The Stone Edge Farm Cookbook, was nominated as a finalist for photography by the International … Continue reading
xanthe berkeley photographer Xanthe Berkeley is a photographer, film-maker & visual story-teller. Filling the frame with bright colours, movement, sunshine and smiles; her work centres around family life and adventures. A wide variety of projects keeps her photography and film business busy. … Continue reading
chloe may brown artist Chloe May Brown is a hands-on maker who draws inspiration from the land and the sea. She dyes & sews fabric, builds sculptures, plays with clay, designs & screen prints textiles, paints pictures, and loves to … Continue reading
kristin zecchinelli photographer Kristin lives in southern Maine with her family. Her car and house are full of sand, and that’s a good thing. She prefers bare feet and all things thrifted. Lately she captures her everyday moments with her … Continue reading
e. terumi woods
Terumi Woods hesitates to call herself an artist. She’d rather say she’s a compulsive creator — fascinated by architecture, urban spaces, and nature, particularly when they intersect with each other.
Through real-world training in an architecture office and the variety of classes she took at City College of San Francisco, she realized there is a real tension between keeping the artistic inspiration alive and the tedium of the details. Her drawings try to represent that tension. Terumi is starting to really play with watercolor, a medium she finds both intriguing and terrifying … and she’s in love.
Julia Shipley is the co- founder of Chickadee Chaps and Broads, a hyper-local micro press. She’s also the author of newly released, Adam’s Mark: Writing from the Ox House a collection of lyric essays about writing and farming. Her third poetry chapbook is forthcoming from HoneyBee Press in July. A contributing editor for Yankee, her work has also appeared or is forthcoming in FIELD, Green Mountains Review, POETRY, Taproot and The Toast. Her website is www.writingonthefarm.com.
Bio photo by Howard Romero.
Michele Graham grew up on the border of upstate New York and Vermont but has spent most of her adult life on the West Coast. She has been a paint maker’s apprentice, cheesemonger, graphic designer, and a tiny roadside cafe owner in Baja California. Michele works at an arts non-profit in Portland, Oregon, where she lives with her husband and young daughter. She also creates and mixes drinks at small events and gatherings. She loves food anthropology, cocktails, gardening, photography, knitting, and taking walks.
jessica ojala lives in northern vermont with her husband and two daughters. she sews, knits, takes photographs, keeps a garden, plays the violin (not very well, just yet) and generally leads a quiet life. she loves tide pools, gingham, swimming at night, hollyhocks, and a good pot of strong black tea.