Meet Kalyn- Photographer
I started my Photography journey after my younger sister passed because at that moment in my life I was extremely grateful for the memories that were captured by my mother. Memories we would cherish forever, memories at the time we wouldn’t know would be memories we would be able to look back on in the future. I cherish my memories so much that I decided to help others do the same. Now, I carry that feeling of excitement with me every day because my job is more than just a job to me, I am a part of an industry that captures and keeps the memories of others.
Our models are people of all walks of life, age group, and body types that represents the BBIMP community. We scourer the internet and our local areas as it is important to us to share those not found through model agencies. or in magazines. Our samples are made in all sizes to fit all bodies as to better represnt a larger portion of the fiber community.
Meet Vanessa- Recipe Tester & Photographer
My name is Vanessa. I am a wife, a mother of 2, a social worker by trade, and a self-proclaimed chef. Cooking is my therapy and the kitchen is my safe haven. Nothing brings me more joy than bringing people together with delicious food and beautiful events.
Our dyers are business owners who we would like to bring to a wider audience and pay them a fair wage for their work and talent. We undertsand that “exposure” does not pay the bill so we make it our duty to be the first magazine in this community to properly compensate each dyer for their contributions.
One of the reasons Radicle Threads Magazine was created was to bring BBIMP designers to the forefront. BBIMP designers have not been properly compensated for their talent and work the few times they have been used as tokens in print and online publications. Our aim is to offer terms tthat are favorable to both the designers and Radicle Threads Magazine without taking advanatage of any parties.
Article, Recipes, and Tutorial Contributors
Our main focus is for BBIMP cultures, stories, ideas, food that are told in our own voices, words and experiences without censorhip or suppression of our reality. Through the pages you will find joy that’s unbound, free and abondant.
In order for Radicle Threads to continue, we need our commuity to invest. This ongoing subscription will enable us to source designs articles, recipes that we provide for free to our audience on our website. This will also help us to continue to grow our magazine’s readership, pay for distribution, printing cost and promotion.
Donate What You Can
Help us keep creating the magazine that you love by contributing as little as as $5. This will be used the fund printing, pay our contributors, dyers, administrative assistant and models.