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Jonathon Reed (@jonathonreed)
Currently working on bucket list item no. 14.
The Outbound Explorer / Keep Exploring Ambassador
Hey guys! Just a photographer that loves being outdoors 🏔
Katie Leigh (@sincerelykatieleigh)
Brand Strategist + Photographer • I help female businesses get clear in their brand so they can connect with their customers and build the brand of their dreams!
Dan Donnarumma (@dandonnarumma)
Photographer, Traveler, Adventurer, and Writer
Follow me on IG @ dandonnarumma
Mountain Standard is an independent outdoor company redefining mountain product.
Roman Königshofer (@rawmeyn)
Professional Photographer | Filmmaker. Based in Innsbruck, Austria.
Lifestyle | Landscape’s.
Josh Thompson (@therealjoshthom)
Mixed product of the Smokies, Sierras, and the Rockies.
Sigrid A. Buene (@sigridbuene)
Stephen Fitzgerald (@stephenfitz)
This is a place where I can say whatever I want to say without an agenda. Bikes + Design + Cars mostly.
Will Crites-Krumm (@borrowedparadise)
Wilderness & 無爲!
Ben Roffelsen (@benroffelsen)
“Sailors on a becalmed sea, we sense the stirring of a breeze.” ~Carl Sagan
Just a guy looking for his own Michelle Obama
linette stevenson (@laquintaquilts)
Love quilting, art, photography & mixing mediums. Now I want to get better at each. IG: laquintaquilts
So the little messy haired girl made knots, gazed at crystals, and wrapped feathers all day long.
Experience designer, textile maker, photographer, vegetarian.
Karen Burton (@runsewfun)
I run and sew for my heart. It's fun!
Maker @frontroomstitches in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I do embroidery + cross stitch.
mandi smethells (@smoothhills)
Imaginative Fiber Art
Janna Maria Vallee (@jannamaria)
I'm a textile-based artist making primarily woven wall hangings in natural and naturally dyed fibres. My retail business is Everlea Yarn and includes consciously sourced yarn dyed with plants, knitting kits and tapestry weaving supplies.
Barbara Carnevale (@barbara-c)
I try to grasp and celebrate the weak meaning of things
Julia Kwon (@juliakwon)
Julia Kwon sews interpretative bojagi—Korean object-wrapping cloths historically created since the early Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910)—and wraps hallow human-scale figures with them to comment on the objectification of Asiatic female bodies. Further, she embeds patterns from contemporary sociopolitical events to challenge the notion of authenticity and examine the complexities of constructing identity within the context of globalism, cultural hybridity, and intersectionality. Please visit wwwjuliakwon.com for more information.
Turbogal on Ravelry (@turbogal)
Knitter, scientist, foodie