Story #304 comes from the editor-in-chief of Town magazine, Blair Knobel
"It's a wonderful brain exercise every day," is the way the editor-in-chief of Town Magazine, Blair Knoble describes her job. The Furman University art graduate told us that creating each issue of Town is like cooking a fine meal. You have different complex dishes that have to be finished on time, making certain that the seasoning is right, having all the right ingredients and making sure none of it burns. What is served each month is the culture of Greenville and beyond beautifully expressed in word and images.
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We get our 188th story from Heather Kitchen,
owner of Heather Kitchen Images and Editor-in-Chief of Upstate Exposure Magazine.
A mom taking photos of her kids was the unlikely beginning that led to a passion for photography which in turn led Heather Kitchen into her amazing career as owner of Heather Kitchen Images and Editor-In-Chief of Upstate Exposures Magazine. Heather never pictured this career when she was a 6th grade band camper convinced she was destined to be a professional clarinet player. Seems for Heather, a picture is worth a thousand notes.
We get our 185th story from the editor of GSA Business Report
A more recent resident of Greenville, SC, Matt Clark is the editor of GSA Business Report which covers what's going on in business in Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and the 10 surrounding counties, as well as producing business networking events like the Power Events Series and the largest manufacturing gathering in South Carolina, the S.C. Manufacturing Conference and Expo. Matt also hosts the GSA Biz Vibe podcast.