Recent Work from FMA Members

The members of the Florida Magazine Association represent a wealth of creative talent. Every year after the annual conference, members consistently tell us how inspiring it is to see the great work their peers throughout the state have been creating. With that in mind, we thought a year is way too long to wait. So here are a few examples of recent work from our members.



Magazine: The Tropical Garden
Published: December 2018
Design: Lorena Alban
Photographer: Kenneth Setzer
We were trying to capture a wide-angle view of our Tropical Plant Conservatory and its new plantings, but nothing worked. The afternoon sun then hit this plant in particular (a Phlegmariurus species in the Conservatory) in a way that we hadn’t noticed before and we got the shot literally on the way out the door for the day.
Magazine: Our Town
Published: Jan/Feb 2019
Design: Hank McAfee
Photography: Michael A. EaddyThis was created using dozens of photos stitched together in Photoshop and distorted to create the 360º “Planet”. He has a whole series that he calls “Little Planets”.
  Magazine: Ocala Magazine
Published: Feb 2019
Story: John Sotomayor
Design: Jessi Miller
Photography: Cynthia Wilson-GrahamIn honor of Black History Month, Ocala Magazine asked for nominations and enlisted members of the black community, for those who are living King’s dream through community service, representation and leadership, to discuss the advancements that have made and the challenges that still exist.
  Magazine: Gasparilla Magazine
GM32 November/December 2018
Photography: Dusty Hopkins
Design: Christine CunninghamSunset photo on a sand bar in Boca Grande Pass using an Olympus underwater waterproof action camera.
  Magazine: The New Barker
Published: January 2019
Artwork: Clair HartmannA portrait of Tyler Foote. Every cover of The New Barker dog magazine has always featured an original work of art by a different Florida artist since 2006.
  Magazine: Binghamton University Magazine
Published: Quarterly-Spring 2019
Production: Estudio-5

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