Herlife Magazine Cover Shoot | Amy Zellmer, Photographer

Aug• 29•12

A few months ago I was approached by Herlife Magazine Twin Cities about doing some photography work for them. Of course I was super excited and said a loud YES!! The magazine is so beautiful, with a glossy cover and high quality pages. My first assignment was to shoot the September cover featuring Christine Fruechte, CEO of Colle + McVoy, a Minneapolis based marketing firm. I had the pleasure of working with a great team of stylists, including: Cheri King, Janet Lundeen, and Katherine O’Connor of Cole’s Salon.

I absolutely LOVE how it all turned out, and have had so much fun working with Editor in Chief Lindsey Lee and Creative Director Ashleigh Thomson. It is a super fantastic magazine that I strongly believe in, and hope that you will all check it out! You can pick it up at many women’s boutiques throughout the Twin Cities, or stop by the studio and pick up your copy 🙂

I can’t wait to share the October Trendsetters fashion spread that I shot last week with you!! It turned out AMAZING!! I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE doing magazine work, it is definitely a top passion of mine!! Can’t wait to share this incredible journey with you!!!

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  1. Bri Saussy says:

    LOVE the pics Amy–the magazine looks fantastic and definitely high quality-keep up the stunning work!

  2. Jessica says:

    HOT, hot work, Amy! I’m enjoying watching your progression into new and different projects that light you up. Go, go, go!

  3. Meg says:

    Congrats… that is fantastic.. love to see all the exciting things you are doing

  4. Inga Deksne says:

    Great work Amy! Love the energy from your post! doing what you love is such bliss!!!

  5. Oh Amy.. beautiful work.. congratulations.. you must feel so good about this. Celebrating with you..
    Love, Lisa

  6. Julie Geigle says:

    Congratulations!! Amazing work – really loved the picture and the different energy each shoot portrayed. You could really “feel” her as a real person. Bravo! ♥