I am a Southern Girl Gone Global inviting readers to join a journey across 4 continents and the Caribbean for discoveries without and within. I partner with brands to provide readers experiences of beauty, adventure, relationship, rejuvenation, and reinvention.
My photography portfolio is here. Please see if we would make a good team…
Travel/hospitality brands–hotels, restaurants, tours, and services– with which I’ve been proud to partner are below.
Readers, rest assured…literally...nowhere on my blog do I recommend a place or service I haven’t experienced myself and been glad I did. I love connecting people–the ones whose brand/service provides beauty, adventure, relaxation, and/or cultural exchange with readers, friends and family.
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Other Publications by Cindy McCain
Her Nashville print magazine and online features:
Interviewed award-winning author Joanne Harris (Chocolat)
Staff writer for HispanicNashville.com and Examiner.com (no longer online but some of my Examiner work is available upon request); recipient of the Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Journalism and Hispanic Community Award
Promoted Nonprofits, Initiatives, Multicultural Events and Celebrations, such as Hispanic Heritage Month Awards, Conexion Americas/Casa Azafran, Global Education Center, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville Ballet, Nashville Film Fest, Celebrate Nashville, Italian Lights, Great Performances at Vanderbilt, Nashville Public Library, Belcourt Theater, Cheekwood, Chukkers for Charity, Tennessee Performing Arts Center
Interviewed award-winning artists, such as Filmmaker Alberto Fuguet, Oscar Hernandez of Grammy-winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Kings of Salsa, La Excelencia as well as local talent, dance, and radio; Live Coverage of American Association of Immigration Lawyers Conference/ Announcement of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act and other works on Immigration Reform, First Lady Michelle Obama and Pulitzer-Prize Winner Junot Diaz
Proofreading for Rutledge Hill Press and Madison Cox/Jardin Marjorelle, Their Morocco, English Version; Script consultant for films, Polterguys and The Very Worst Thing, Features for The Tennessean and The English Journal