Working with Las Catalinas
After my first visit to Las Catalinas, I experienced something that no other destination has ever made me feel. When I left the town, I realized I was up close and personal with something unique that would stay with me for a long time afterwards, if not forever.
In the beginning, just a few homes lined the main cobblestone street. What struck me on this first visit was the intention of this walkable town. And honestly, I’m not surprised that that deep intention is there seven years later, with the growth and development. I still feel the same way walking through town or running on the trails today as I did in 2016.
For a town that appeals to many people from those who love nature and the great outdoors to fitness enthusiasts focused on wellness and well-being to those with an appreciation for beautiful architecture and spaces, Las Catalinas appeals to many people, but it tells of a specific story that resonates with me on a personal level – a story of a town with its textured hardscapes encouraging maximum human-to-human interaction in a setting that harmonizes the people with nature.
Since June of 2022, I’ve conceptualized creative ways to tell their unique story while touching on the many facets of this exciting town that may appeal to a range of audiences. From niche, specialized outlets to top-tier publications to smaller, mid-market regional media, I’ve successfully garnered press coverage for Las Catalinas in a versatile list of outlets including Travel + Leisure, The Wall Street Journal, Conde Nast Traveler, Forbes, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Magazine, Coastal Living, Women’s Health, Aspen Local Magazine, Marin Living Magazine, The Boston Globe, The San Francisco Chronicle, Trail Runner Magazine, Health, Artful Living Magazine, Shape, Women’s Running, WorkLife, Georgia Biz, Range Magazine, ELLE Quebec, Marie Claire, The Zoe Report, Venice Fort Lauderdale Magazine, Hospitality Design, Ocean Home, Architectural Digest France, Luxury Magazine, The Knot, Brides and many more.