About Full Bloom Magazine
"Uniting Creative's & Empowering Dreams"
Full Bloom Magazine is a publication for creatives. Both visually stimulating and informative, each issue features a diverse group of talented individuals with amazing photo stories and insight on their works. We have an innovative and fresh look at how fashion, art, photography, reading & music can be brought together to promote and empower creative entrepreneurs.
Our first issue published March of 2018, highlighted and awarded "Best Magazine" by the Baltimore Media Coalition" in Maryland. We celebrate our amazing team of visionaries and photographers that contribute to each issue.
The Story Behind
Full Bloom Magazine
When there's a void that needs to be filled (without sounding dramatic) in anything in this life the universe has a way of making sure the stars align at the perfect time or plain and simple, life takes place, and the seed is planted. It's also sort of poetic that Full Bloom Magazine could be just what the doctor ordered for local creatives looking for visibility and marketing direction in Baltimore, the DMV area let alone further into the south.
"Charm City", Baltimore is a historically embattled metropolis with a history that is well-renown nationally. Voted the "Ugliest City in United States" by multiple news and print platforms over the past decade, there's a brilliant pool of talent that is appropriately nestled and fostered here and has developed some of the country's toughest creatives and entrepreneurs. Now whether they're always capable of acquiring access to platforms to be seen or discovered is another question. Without being long-winded I'm simply here to say, that a void has been filled. A visually elite and substantive publication that represents the positive and uplifting branches to an underrated yet thoroughly rooted tree.
Not that there aren't other platforms in this community, but with the advent of online and digital access, personal blogs have become the main outlet for most in our community, if they don't already have a website for the services. The underlying factor is that there was a need for an eclectic and positive force to truly push creative entrepreneurs and hardworking local business owners to the forefront. So, when dynamo creative director, Camille Marine premeditated the vision for this magazine concept, I'm not sure she was fully aware of the void the magazine could fill