Archives of Fashion

In a Greenhouse: Ashlyn Baer

Putting together photo shoots might be arguably one of the most time-consuming and exhausting, fun and rewarding parts of creating our magazine. Since the theme of this issue is “Process,” we thought it would be fun to be transparent about the behind-the-scenes steps that go into the final photos you see in these pages.  For […]

In a Greenhouse: Monica Foltz

Putting together photo shoots might be arguably one of the most time-consuming and exhausting, fun and rewarding parts of creating our magazine. Since the theme of this issue is “Process,” we thought it would be fun to be transparent about the behind-the-scenes steps that go into the final photos you see in these pages.  For […]

In a Greenhouse: Caroline Thompson

Putting together photo shoots might be arguably one of the most time-consuming and exhausting, fun and rewarding parts of creating our magazine. Since the theme of this issue is “Process,” we thought it would be fun to be transparent about the behind-the-scenes steps that go into the final photos you see in these pages.  For […]

In a Greenhouse: Peyton Cabral

Putting together photo shoots might be arguably one of the most time-consuming and exhausting, fun and rewarding parts of creating our magazine. Since the theme of this issue is “Process,” we thought it would be fun to be transparent about the behind-the-scenes steps that go into the final photos you see in these pages.  For […]

Behind the Scenes

For our Spring 2020 issue of flourish, we shot one of our photo shoots at the Charles Hutson Horticulture Greenhouse on Southeast Missouri State University’s campus with models Peyton Cabral and Ashlyn Baer, photographer Tyler Graef, and editor Mia Pohlman. Here, our video producer Aaron Eisenhauer shares what it looked like working there.

Sacred Spaces: Tiara Ross

In “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek,” Annie Dillard writes, “Self-consciousness, however, does hinder the experience of the present. It is the one instrument that unplugs all the rest.”  She goes on to write that it is our very self-consciousness that separates us from each other, from God, from our self. It keeps us from living in […]

Sacred Spaces: Merci Green

In “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek,” Annie Dillard writes, “Self-consciousness, however, does hinder the experience of the present. It is the one instrument that unplugs all the rest.”  She goes on to write that it is our very self-consciousness that separates us from each other, from God, from our self. It keeps us from living in […]

Sacred Spaces: Molly Long

In “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek,” Annie Dillard writes, “Self-consciousness, however, does hinder the experience of the present. It is the one instrument that unplugs all the rest.”  She goes on to write that it is our very self-consciousness that separates us from each other, from God, from our self. It keeps us from living in […]

Sacred Spaces: Chelsea Howell Gaul

In “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek,” Annie Dillard writes, “Self-consciousness, however, does hinder the experience of the present. It is the one instrument that unplugs all the rest.”  She goes on to write that it is our very self-consciousness that separates us from each other, from God, from our self. It keeps us from living in […]

Sacred Spaces: Tonja Hemphill

In “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek,” Annie Dillard writes, “Self-consciousness, however, does hinder the experience of the present. It is the one instrument that unplugs all the rest.”  She goes on to write that it is our very self-consciousness that separates us from each other, from God, from our self. It keeps us from living in […]
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