Anna Petkovich is a recent New York City transplant by way of Sacramento. Her work has appeared in Sactown, The Bold Italic and Comstock’s magazine. Her focus is on the arts, dining news and travel. Her (fairly vacant) Twitter is @a_petkovich.
Jennifer Newman is a brand director by day and the founder of Creating Your Own Path, a podcast and media company focused on celebrating adventure and creativity in equal measure. The podcast features interviews with inspiring individuals and change-makers from various creative industries and can be found wherever podcasts are available. For more information, visit www.creatingyourownpath.com. Find Jennifer on Twitter @jenniferenewman.
Anthony G. Sheppard is a professor and former chair in the Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration at Sacramento State. He teaches business topics in Commercial Recreation, Tourism and Hospitality and his doctoral dissertation focused on tourist satisfaction and repeat visitation. He has been co-director of the Sacramento Film & Music Festival since 2004 and frequently writes on topics related to film and the film industry. Follow Anthony on Twitter @Arrenbas.
Debbie Cunningham of DL Cunningham Photography is a freelance photographer who specializes in food, editorial and event photography, but sees pictures everywhere and in everything. She is a contributing photographer for Comstock’s magazine, Sacramento Magazine and Edible Sacramento, among other publications, and has been published nationwide. When she comes out from behind the lens, you can find her loving on her pets, making messes in her kitchen and eating her way through the Capital Region. Her work can be viewed and purchased at www.dlcunninghamphotography.com.
Brandon Getty is a freelance photographer for Comstock’s.
Jason Balangue is a designer for Comstock’s magazine. Jason grew up in New Jersey and graduated from Chico State. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and looking for his next favorite dish. On Twitter @j_balangue
Kim Palaferri is a freelance photographer for Comstock’s magazine.
Colin Goulding is a freelance food and dining reporter and an analyst at UC Davis. He lives in West Sacramento with Buffy, his Golden Retriever, and spends his free time baking and remodeling his 1940s California ranch.
Karen Hao is a Berkeley-based journalist mainly covering the environment, science and technology. Most recently, her work has appeared in Sierra magazine, How We Get to Next and The Chronicle for Social Change, among others. She graduated from MIT with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Energy Studies.
Sonya Doctorian is a video and photojournalist whose work focuses on documentary stories. She recently completed the Ted Scripps Environmental Journalism Fellowship at the University of Colorado. Living in Boulder is a homecoming for Sonya, who was a video journalist for The Rocky Mountain News until it closed in 2009.