The night is July 21, 2015. Nineteen year-old Jenn McAllister enters the movie theatre, taking her seat alongside her roommate. That familiar current of cool air in the dark theatre sends chills down the spines of both girls as they await the opening credits, each as eager as the other to see the film. The experience sounds typical… like any regular night. Only at this moment, the stakes are a bit different— the chills aren’t just for the air in the theatre. Scattered among the audience are friends, family, peers, executives and, in front, a massive section of anxious fans. Read more about Orion’s story and other amazing creatives including Meghan Camarena, Drew Macdonald, Lindsey Rempalski, Tanner Zagarino and more in our December 2015 — Hold On issue. You can read this issue and our past issues here plus the content is free to view on your desktop, mobile device or the issuu app on Apple or Android. If you would like to purchase your own print copy of any of our issues including our recent issue, you can do so here.
WOLFIE SUBMISSIONS — HOLD ON //
For December 2015, we collaborated with Seattle based photographer, Jon Duncan who shared the idea to #HoldOn to the passion of what we do, hold onto the people around us. The people who constantly support, and inspire us to strive. We welcome create minds to share their stories, talents and ideas in our monthly wolfie submissions.
P.S. POSITIVITY — REFLECTION OF THE YEAR //
In our December 2015 issue, staff writer Orion Carloto reflected on her love of writing, taking risks and advise you to challenge yourself.
INSIGHT — KEEP ME ON THE LINE //
For January 2016, we collaborated with east coast based photographer, Cameron Smith to create a shoot called “Keep Me On The Line,” that was inspired by our #HoldOn theme.
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