Spring 2018: Contributors

Contributors, Spring 2018
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Todd & Brad Reed

Well-known for their award-winning images, the Reeds, a father and son team, are based in Ludington where they own a gallery. They travel the state capturing landscapes, sunsets, wildlife and the splendor of Michigan’s four seasons and soon will come out with their seventh photo book called “Wonderous West Shore.” Find them at toddandbradreed.com


Tom HugglerTom Huggler

A writer based in Sunfield, Tom’s works have graced more than 100 magazines. The former camping editor for Outdoor Life Magazine also is the author of 20 books, including the Fish Michigan series of mapped guidebooks. He was inducted into the Michigan Outdoor Hall of Fame in June 2017 at the Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center in Cadillac.


Coreene Kreiser

A commercial photographer, art photographer and yoga instructor, Coreene is drawn to beauty and emotions behind a scene. She graduated from Western Michigan University’s fine art photography program in 2002 and shoots family and wedding portraits, too. She lives on a Traverse City farm with her husband and son. See her work at tavlastudio.com


Alex Fluegel

A writer from Grand Rapids who focuses on arts and culture, her work provides glimpses of life in Michigan through its people and the places they make home. Alex lives in Hamtramck and may be found running along the Detroit Riverfront, poking around Eastern Market or in her backyard reading/scrolling through Twitter. Follow her on Twitter at @iamalexaf.


Kim Schneider

A travel, food and wine writer, Kim has explored nearly every corner of Michigan. Kim writes from Leelanau County and is an active member of the Midwest Travel Writers Association. Her first book, “100 Things to Do in Traverse City Before You Die” is being released April 2018. Find her at kimschneider.net


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