I’ve recently done some work for two non-profit magazines, one local and one national. Farfelu Magazine is a Texas-based publication that
“exists to give voice to writers and artists in all places – especially Austin – and to celebrate their diversity and their skills.”
The theme of the issue was “motherhood” and one of the editors, Elisabeth, contacted me after seeing some photographs at Clementine and asked if they could run some. They ended up running four, and I was very happy with the outcome. You can see tear sheets from the issue here, here, and here. You can order an issue here.
ColorLines Magazine, a national non-profit that covers issues of race and class, also hired me to take some photos of houses in East Austin for an article on immigrant housing. Click on the thumbnail to the left to see the tear sheet, or even better order an issue.