Monday, September 12, 2016

"100 Years of Coca-Cola" & "Blue Canoe" in Eat.Drink.Mississippi Mag.

I have two features in the August / September issue of "Eat. Drink. Mississippi"! Read all about the "100 Years of Coca-Cola" exhibit at the Tupelo Automobile Museum, and then page over to "Blue Canoe" to learn about one of the best desserts ever invented! Pick up a copy on sale now at your local bookstore!

Monday, September 5, 2016

Creative Aging's Senior Arts Series


More blog catch up!

These black and white photos are from one of Creative Aging's Senior Arts Series performances at Theatre Memphis. The performers include Creative Aging Storyteller, Elaine Blanchard, Vocalist Laurence Albert, and Jill Brookoff on piano. Not shown are the color versions of these shots; I just really love the mood of monochrome for this story. Especially for the portraits.

Creative Aging is non-profit that coordinates a number of arts programs and events for senior citizens in the Mid-South. As the arts are something very close to me, it's been a joy to volunteer with the organization for the past two years!

Symphony in the Rose Garden

I didn't get around to blogging these before, so here they are! The shots are from this past spring's "Symphony in the Rose Garden" in Collierville, TN. The shoot ended up being one of my last freelance gigs for the Collierville Herald before it switched editors, and since then, I've been wrapping up a few other projects and looking more seriously at moving.

So, please bare with me while the blog updates continue to be sporadic. At some point, they'll level out and become consistent again, I promise.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

The Oxford Canteen in Eat.Drink.MS

The June / July issue of "Eat. Drink. Mississippi" is out, along with another article! For this issue, I covered the Oxford Canteen, a unique spot located right in the side of the Lyric Oxford music venue. Pick up a copy from your local bookstore (including Square Books in Oxford) and discover new favorite restaurants!

Friday, June 10, 2016

The Tracks of Art Video & Photos

For the Tracks of Art this past May, I wore a couple of different hats. Not only did my mini-documentaries about Holly Springs make their offline debut, but I also photographed the event to further promote the arts in Holly Springs. As someone told me, the work was very "meta".

And, I took things one step further by putting together a slideshow of the photos from the Tracks of Art. Check it out below! The music is an original song from one of the musicians who performed at the event, Merit Koch. You can hear more of her music at: http://www.meritkoch.com

Special thanks to the Holly Springs Depot for putting together such a fabulous event, and for promoting the arts! As usual, it was a blast to participate, and photograph!


(Photographing vendors. Photo by the Holly Springs Depot)

Below are a handful of photos from the event, including a glimpse at the coverage from the South Reporter newspaper in Holly Springs. We had a great full-color photo spread! 

To see the full gallery of photos, go to: https://meganwolfephoto.shootproof.com/gallery/2804286/

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Pics from the Tracks of Art Premiere

Thanks everyone for coming out to the Tracks of Art in May! The premiere of my documentaries at was an incredible event! It was the first time I've gotten to hear feedback about my work from an audience, and see their level of engagement in the stories. I'm very happy to report that the room was full throughout the day, and audiences stuck around to see all four video stories!

Fingers crossed, I think we've succeeded in raising the profile of Holly Springs, and the Holly Springs Depot! Here's a few photos of our theater room, plus the vinyl shirt Beckey Kemp created for the event.

(Pics by the Holly Springs Depot, Beckey Kemp, & Megan Wolfe)

Monday, May 16, 2016

Documentaries at the Tracks of Art

Saturday, May 21st, my mini-documentaries about Holly Springs, Mississippi will be playing all day inside the historic Holly Springs Depot at the Tracks of Art arts-and-crafts show! The event is free and open to the public! So come check out the show in person and say hello!

(social media banner courtesy of the Holly Springs Depot)

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Marshall County Historical Museum

Continuing with my series about Holly Springs, Mississippi, and the people working to revitalize it. Meet Museum Director, Merideth Gray, and explore the vast collection of items showcased inside the Marshall County Historical Museum!

See the video here:

Marshall County Historical Museum from Megan Wolfe on Vimeo.

Follow the Marshall County Historical Museum on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mchistoricalmuseum/

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Ciao Chow in "Eat.Drink.Mississippi"

The April / May issue of "Eat. Drink. Mississippi" magazine is out, along with my story and photos about the italian eatery Ciao Chow! You can pick up this delicious issue at Barnes & Noble in Collierville, The Booksellers in East Memphis, or Square Books in Oxford.

In Progress at the MCH Museum

Coming soon! My video about the Marshall County Historical Museum and director, Merideth Gray, is almost complete! This will be the fourth video in my series about Holly Springs, and it has, by far, been the most technically challenging. I'm really excited to share it! Until then, here's a few still photos from the video.