Spend time with Rob Stimpson and Voyageur Quest as he leads a moose photography safari deep into the backcountry of Algonquin Provincial Park. Read More

Bonus | Dave Stanfield

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Bonus photos of canoe restorer and builder Dave Stanfield from Volume 3. Dave works on canoes within the setting of a century-old summer camp, a place steeped in history and tradition, and Dave himself has inherited his craft, life's work, and even the physical workshop, from others that have passed before him. Read More

Volume 8 Preview

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This issue centers on home—a topic I think we'll have to revisit time and again—an eclectic collection of truly honest and genuine homes and people. It's an inspiring read! Read More

Bonus | Dram Apothecary

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Unpublished bonus photos from our Dram Apothecary feature inside Volume 7, Modern Homestead, photographed by Ben and Amy Tremper. Read More
A peek at what happens behind the camera lens on a food shoot. Read More
A glimpse into the pages of Volume 7, Modern Homestead. Read More
Stunning bonus photos from Volume 6, from a feature about a San Diego couple, Philip and Chelsea Hansen, who craft bespoke lighting using upcycled materials, in particular old, unwanted hardcover books, pendant fixtures and custom designs under the name Typewriter Boneyard. Read More

Introducing Volume 7

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Introducing Volume 7—Modern Homestead. Available now for order. Read More

Bonus | Melinda Josie

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I'm so excited to be sharing these photos with you today, they've been hiding in the PGM archives for far too long. Photographed by Rebecca Wood, a PGM contributor I am happy to now also call a friend, these shots (not seen in the print issue) feature Melinda Josie, another dear old friend. We featured her in Volume 6 under our Workplace column, as Medlinda is now a renowned illustrator living in Toronto. Read More

Bonus | Madame Loichet

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It is with pleasure that I share with you this morning a beautiful and incredibly charming video about Madame Loichet, a small producer from Beaune, France. Madame Loichet is one of the beloved gardners of The Cook's Atelier, a gorgeous cooking studio also in Beaune. Both were featured in our latest issue, Volume 6, Inspired Workplace. Read More
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