Featured – Wayfare Magazine

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Last November I received a surprise email from from Erica Dublin, co-founder and editor-in-chief of See Jane Fly. Erica wanted to include some of my images and writing in a new magazine they were launching. After many happy dances in my living room the piece is finally complete.

We’ve been holding our breath until we could share the good news: I’m incredibly honoured to have my Ontario seascape photographs featured in the pilot issue of Wayfare, a new kind of travel publication.

Wayfare’s mission is to bring their readers a beautiful digital experience, showcasing great ideas inspired by adventures near and far. The first edition of Wayfare will be offered exclusively for iPad, but for now you can enjoy a sneak peek at what’s to come in their pilot edition here. Coverage, both in the magazine and on the Wayfare blog, will include profiles of inspired locals from around the corner and around the world, global fashion, photography, food and field notes from the intersection of home, style and travel.

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Happy Thursday!

6 Comments to Featured – Wayfare Magazine

  1. My only wish is that this magazine had a print edition too. It’s so beautiful! Really fantastically designed. Your pictures are so well-suited to it – they look stunning.

    • Thanks so much Caitlin! Writing doesn’t come that naturally for me, so I’m happy to hear that you enjoy it.

  2. Jennifer,

    It was such a treat to work on this article. Your images + writing made for one of my favorite stories in the magazine! Keep up the beautiful work—we look forward to seeing more!

    Cheers,
    Lauren
    Art Director, Wayfare

  3. Lauren – It was a lot of fun putting this piece together with you. Definitely looking forward to working with you again in the future!

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