Voyage Phoenix Magazine features Professional Horse Photographer
Voyage Magazine started in Los Angeles and once it reached a million page views they started to expand. Now this online Magazine covers Atlanta, LA, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Miami and Phoenix Arizona.
Voyage Magazine writes “Accordingly our mission is to build a platform that fosters collaboration and support for small businesses, independent artists and entrepreneurs, local institutions and those that make our city interesting”…
“We also think artists rock. We love small businesses, mom-n-pops, and hole-in-the-walls. We’re not snobs, but we aren’t fond of most chains. We think independent entrepreneurs, freelancers and other risk takers make our cities exciting to live in.”
Voyage Magazine calls for #AZCreatives
Voyage Magazine takes referrals. They seem to be an equal opportunity promoter. Once you complete the online virtual interview they as for referrals to other local artists that would be a good fit for their magazine. Voyage magazine then reviews the submissions and sends out interview requests to those that get past the first screening. As they write on their website, they love small business and really want to give a shout out to #AZCreatives.
Phoenix is an incredible city – but it’s so large and so vast and so diverse that all of us are missing out on tons of great people, businesses, organizations, events and more.
Voyage Phoenix wants to highlight the best of the Phoenix, Scottsdale & Tempe area – from freelance makeup artists that will dazzle you to the best Meetup groups in town.
Voyage Phoenix Magazine features Horse Photographer
I was the recipient of a referral as Voyage Phoenix Magazine reached out to me for the interview. I followed the online interview process through an exchange of emails. It was pleased with the results. You can view my virtual horse photography gallery from Voyager Phoenix, AZ and read the entire interview here.
Since the interview process was via email I was able to sit with the questions for a while and write out my answers. That made it much easier and included a lot less “uh”, “hmmm” and “I don’t knows”.
I have done several interviews in person and they can be awkward not knowing what the questions will be or not knowing myself enough. I have also done a radio interview and attempted to explain and describe my Horse photography without any images.
To see my Horse art and learn more about me- please check out the article and then check out my website.
Jody Miller is a professional photographer specializing in Horse Photography, Equine Photography, and Equestrian photography. Her work can be viewed online here in her gallery section, and she is also featured at these Arizona Galleries: Van Gogh’s Ear Gallery in Prescott, Arizona , The Phippen Art Museum, Hart of AZ Gallery and Dragonfly Arts in Old Town Cottonwood, Sedona Artist Market and Coops Coffee House at Talking Rock Ranch.