Paulette LeBlanc is an editor and freelance writer who has lived in Cape Coral for 25 years. She currently has a romance mystery available on Amazon and Kindle with a sequel in tow. She won best pitch at the Atlanta Writers Conference in 2016 for her series of children’s literature.
Contributing writer Dana Scippo has called Cape Coral home for the past 12 years. Writing gives her an opportunity to meet some amazingly interesting people, something she enjoys immensely. Humbled by the extraordinary things people do, she celebrates the contributions they make to our fabulous community.
Lacey Uhrich was born and raised in Northern California and has lived in Cape Coral for about 10 years. She has been married for 10 years and has one child. Lacey has always loved photography, especially nature photography—the beauty is amazing. She enjoys being out at the beach; if not at the beach, she likes taking random adventures. She is a full-time baker at Publix and, in her free time, also likes to lift weights.
Sarah Keech is a native of Portland, Oregon, but she has happily called Southwest Florida home for six years. Sarah has written for USA Today, Salon, National Journal, AOL, Waterman Broadcasting, the Daily Emerald and other news outlets. She enjoys cooking, reading, University of Oregon football and Dodgers baseball.
Gregory Wagner began his full-time photography career in January 1986 as a sports photographer, specializing in baseball. Though he is still photographing a lot of baseball games, his photographic interests have expanded dramatically to include nearly every sport imaginable along with a heavy emphasis on wildlife, landscape, fine art and travel photography. Working with Cape Coral Lifestyle magazine offers the opportunity to expand even further with a wide variety of assignments ranging from everything from food and architecture to lifestyle and executive portraiture.