Editor Robert Stieve discussing our 2013 calendar.
Yesterday, the staff got together to discuss the editorial calendar for 2013… yep, we’re already thinking about what we’re going to cover starting in January. This meeting was a chance for the team to talk about the stories and the photography. Needless to say, we accomplished a lot, while having plenty of laugh-out-loud fun (I blame the Butterfingers and Diet Cokes).
Check out some photos from the meeting… and stay tuned for January 2013 — it’s going to be a fabulous year for Arizona Highways.
The entire Arizona Highways team (well, minus Kathy Ritchie who was manning the iPhone cam, Randy Summerlin and Diana Benzel-Rice) discussing stories for 2013.
Art Director Keith Whitney ignoring that bowl of yummy candy.
Every month, the Arizona Highways crew gathers together to take a look at our next issue of the magazine — before it goes to print. This means, we tack up each page on a wall and look at all 56 pages at once… this is a fantastic opportunity for the team to talk about what works, what doesn’t and why.
We thought we’d share some photos from last week’s meeting where we reviewed our September issue. Needless to say, we are all incredibly proud of this particular issue, and we think you’re going to love it too…..
Of course, you’ll have to wait until it hits newsstands in mid-August.
In the meantime, here we are hard at work!
Managing Editor Kelly Kramer; Creative Director Barbara Glynn Denney; Editor/Boss Man Robert Stieve looking over Keith’s shoulder…
We just wrapped up the July issue of Arizona Highways and we’re already hard at work on our August issue.
Yes, we’re in the thick of things, but we thought it would be fun to share a day in our life. Yesterday, the gang crammed into Art Director Keith Whitney’s office to take a look at a layout he’s been working on for the last few days. Everything we do at Arizona Highways is a collaborative effort… and that’s a very good thing, because each month we create a top notch product.
As for how we work together, well, let’s just say comedy writer Robert Orben was absolutely right: “If you can laugh together, you can work together.”