Back in 2016, a famous photographer visited us near Durango, Co. to take pictures for an upcoming issue of Field & Stream magazine. Little did I know that his work, which included a picture of little ol’ me, would be featured on the cover of the August issue. Chris Crisman took a photograph of me, which placed me as the first American woman to be featured on the cover of the iconic outdoor magazine.
He and I have remained in touch over the years, and that’s because he’s been working on a book called ‘Women’s Work’ where he features successful women who are blazing trails in realms that are known to be “men’s jobs.”
This week I received my copy of the Chris’ Women’s Work project. It’s a beautiful bound hardcover, which features his amazing photography and the stories of many successful women.
I’m not sure how I continue to be blessed, but I do look at it as a blessing to be featured in a publication alongside company CEOs, company founders, officers, pilots and farmers. — I’m always thankful for the chance to make a difference to other women.
You can order your copy of WOMEN’S WORK by clicking here.
From Chris Chrisman’s publication:
In this stunning collection, award-winning photographer Chris Crisman documents the women who pioneered work in fields that have long been considered the provinces of men—with accompanying interviews on how these inspiring women have always paved their own ways.
Today, young girls are told they can do—and be—anything they want when they grow up. Yet the unique challenges that women face in the workplace, whether in the boardroom or the barnyard, have never been more publicly discussed and scrutinized.
Women’s Work features more than sixty beautiful photographs, including Alison Goldblum, contractor; Anna Valer Clark, ranch owner; Ayah Bdeir, CEO of littleBits; Beth Beverly, taxidermist; Carla Hall, blacksmith; Cherise Van Hooser, funeral director; Jordan Ainsworth, gold miner; Magen Lowe, correctional officer; Mindy Gabriel, firefighter; Nancy Poli, pig farmer; Katherine Kallinis Berman and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne, Founders of Georgetown Cupcake; Doris Kearns Goodwin, presidential biographer; Sophi Davis, cowgirl; Abingdon Welch, pilot; Christy Wilhelmi, beekeeper; Connie Chang, chemical engineer; Danielle Perez, comedienne; Indra Nooyi, former CEO of PepsiCo; Lisa Calvo, oyster farmer; Mia Anstine, outdoor guide; Meejin Yoon, architect; Yoky Matsuoka, a tech VP at Google; and many more.
With Women’s Work, Crisman pairs his award-winning, striking portrait photography of women on the job with poignant, powerful interviews of his subjects: women who have carved out unique places for themselves in a workforce often dominated by men, and often dominated by men who have told them no.
Through their stories, we see not only the ins and outs of their daily work, but the emotional and physical labors of the jobs they love. Women’s Work is a necessary snapshot of how far we’ve come and where we’re heading next—their stories are an inspiration as well as a call to action for future generations of women at work.
“A beautiful book that provides genuine encouragement and inspiration. Vivid portrait photography and accompanying essays declare that all work is women’s work.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
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Mia Anstine is an outdoor writer, licensed outfitter, hunting guide, keynote speaker, and a range safety officer, firearms instructor, and archery instructor. She is the founder of MAC Outdoors and Host of the MAC Outdoors Podcast.
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2 Replies to “Mia Anstine Featured in Crisman’s Women’s Work”
This is beyond super exciting! You deserve it, Mia! Congratulations!
It really is so exciting!! I’m blessed, honored and often humbled.
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