|Nov 2014 Downeast Magazine|
A few months ago, I was asked to write an article for Downeast Magazine about what it means to be a woman who hunts. I was excited about the opportunity and eagerly sat down to write what I knew would be the widest seen piece of my career. It took me a month to come up with the article, edit it and edit it again but it was submitted and I felt good about it.
Then, I was asked to do a photo shoot for the article that would be me and a few friends in the city. It was a perfect depiction of what hunters look like compared to the perception that non-hunters (and maybe a few hunters) view as a hunter.
|My friends Lorri, Jenn and Melissa agreed to be in the shoot with me.|
Seeing the finished photo and my article in print and to be able to hold it is surreal! I am excited to hear what people think about it. If you can, please go out and get a copy. There are great stories about hunting heritage, traditions and explanations (including some great financial stats) about how hunting impacts Maine.
|The published photo|