Meet the contributors from our Fall 2017 issue:

“Growing garlic”
Carol Matthews has been gardening for over 40 years and writing about it for more than half that time. Her work has appeared in magazines, newspapers, online, and on the radio.

“Beyond Heat” and “Heat things up”
Philip Moscovitch is a regular contributor to East Coast Living, Halifax Magazine and Saltscapes. He lives in Glen Margaret, outside Halifax. @PhilMoscovitch

“Projects: Back yard composter” and “Quick fix”
Chris Muise is a King’s College graduate and freelance writer working in Halifax, with a strong focus on community news. He’s also a cat lover, and a big fan of transforming robots. @TheSilentG

“Cuddle Up”
Heather Fegan is a freelance writer, book reviewer, and blogger based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

“A customized condo”
Cassandra Bernard is a P.E.I.- based writer who contributes to G! Magazine and works at the Legislative Assembly of P.E.I. She holds a bachelor of arts in print journalism from UPEI. @cassandraheaven

Photography on “Rooted to the past”
Michael Stemm is an entrepreneur who owns Down to Earth Productions. Based out of Fredericton, he continues to produce videos around the world.

“Window shopping”
Heather Laura Clarke is a Truro-based journalist and columnist whose work appears in newspapers, magazines, and websites across Canada, including the Huffington Post, New Homes & Renovations, and the Chronicle Herald. @HFXHeather

“Love nest” and “Rooted to the past”
Founder of Pigeon Creative Communications, Kate Wallace is a writer and national award-winning arts reporter in Rothesay, N.B. who loves sharing stories about culture.

Photography on “A customized condo”
Based in Charlottetown, photographer Stephen Harris produces work for various ad campaigns and publications worldwide.

“Distilling a new industry”
The only person to judge for both Canada’s national wine and beer competitions, Craig Pinhey has written a drinks column for over 20 years. He lives in Rothesay, N.B.

Photography on “Beyond Heat”
Bruce Murray has been creating food and lifestyle photography for over 20 years in the Maritimes and in his original studio in Vancouver. He delivers compelling images to a diverse clientele of magazines and top Canadian companies. @VisionFire

Photography on “Love nest”
Steve Smith is a commercial photographer at VisionFire Studios located in Pictou, N.S., shooting for a wide range of clientele throughout Atlantic Canada. @VisionFire

“Last Look”
Heather White is a freelance writer and collector of pottery based in Halifax. She loves sharing stories about people, arts and culture.