i know i've been holding out on my photos from hong kong, but it's for a very good reason! when erica dublin, CEO of see jane fly approached me last october about contributing to their new travel e-magazine wayfare, i was beyond excited. as we discussed the theme of the story, i immediately fell in love with the idea of documenting "hong kong" (p. 31) as a city of juxtapositions and sharing tidbits of a city that i grew up in – i even did a voice recording for the opener! and little did i know, i landed the cover as well!
not only is the magazine beautifully designed in a fresh, honest, and engaging way, there is also passion behind each story. wayfare makes you look at travel differently, and what a destination really means to the traveler. secretly plotting a "how to quit your day job" (p. 26) story of my own. ;)
i hope you enjoy this pilot issue of wayfare as much as i do. a special shout-out to the design team, anne and lauren for a job so incredibly well done. click on over and start exploring!
MAGAZINE ART PROVIDED BY WAYFARE / COVER AND FEATURE STORY PHOTOGRAPHY BY PEGGY WONG