Kristy & Paul Christiansen
Kristy Christiansen (Writer)
After growing up in the small town of Grand Bay, Alabama, Kristy traveled two states over to attend college and never left (well, except for those couple of years in D.C.!). She and Paul met their first semester of college, and their shared love of travel took them to some of the most interesting places across the United States. Returning to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, they started a family and immediately began dragging their children along on the adventures. In her free time, Kristy is often cooking for three growing boys or hiding in a corner with a good book. You can contact Kristy at Kristy.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul Christiansen (Photographer)
Native New Orleanian, Paul has spent his life photographing everything he sees. Their three boys have perfected the art of eye-rolling whenever dad pulls to the side of the road and starts shooting photos. In his free time, Paul can be found herding chickens, talking to his box turtles or knee-deep in his elaborate garden. You can contact Paul at email@example.com.
From writing for small towns to the state’s tourism agency, Kristy has covered the Bayou State extensively. She has been featured in Louisiana Travel’s annual Inspiration Guide, on louisianatravel.com and in Country Roads Magazine, among others. Her writing articles in Country Roads Magazine can be found here. She also consults with a number of clients, including non-profits in Louisiana and across the south.
Kristy is a professional public relations writer and editor. She has worked for the U.S. Department of Labor, the Department of Homeland Security, many local governments, politicians, private companies and Tulane Law School. In addition, she has written a full-length novel, The Bend in the Bayou.
You can contact Kristy at Kristy.firstname.lastname@example.org.