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Monday, March 22, 2010

MIMI Magazine Spring 2010 Issue: Live Your Life



Written By: MIM!—We have been busy working on our Spring 2010 issue, which is slated for release next month, and are excited to finally unveil the cover of that issue featuring professional photographer Ruzika (pronounced Roo-zhe-tsa) Puskas-Ragontse. Associate Editor Mimi Tsiane interviewed Ruzika (whose mother is from Botswana and whose father is from Croatia) shortly after she won the Brides Choice Award for 2010 (the award recognizes the top 5 percent of wedding professionals in the Weddingwire network who demonstrate excellence in quality, service and professionalism). We'll have some of her beautiful work to share with you in the Spring 2010 issue, but for now, here's a bit about her work: "I started Red Rose Photography after working for an amazing photographer here in Baltimore. However, my interest and love for photography began many years ago, watching my father develop his rolls and rolls of film in our garage. I would watch with such fascination and wonder, and grew to appreciate the mystery of capturing an image for eternity. For me, it is always an honor to be asked to shoot a wedding, a portrait,a baby. How lucky am I to be doing something I absolutely love! My work can be considered lifestyle photojournalism, capturing the moment as if I were shooting for a magazine spread." Learn more about Red Rose Photography by visiting www.redrose-photography.com, and watch this space for an official announcement about the release of our Spring 2010 issue.

(Photo Credits: Michelle Aristocrat)

5 comments:

Myne Whitman said...

She looks really lovely. I'll be looking forward to the issue.

Femme Lounge said...

mimi magazine is beautiful! thumbs up, keep up the good work!

marian said...

she is gorgeous, looks like a yummy cover honey, cannot wait to see the full issue.
glam kisses,
marian.

Nicosi said...

Wow, she is GORGEOUS. Love the cover!

kenyatta Manning Pictures said...

sounds as if it's going to be a good issue :-)