HEIDI STEVENS TRIBUNE VOICES Column: Amy Boyle set out to tell the st ories of 52 phenomenal women. She’s at 100 and counting, boosting her faith in humanity all along the way. By HEIDI STEVENS CHICAGO TRIBUNE | AUG 12, 2020 There’s Hillary Flores, the founding editor of La DePaulia, DePaul University’s Spanish language newspapers. There’s Kimberly Lloyd, a 21-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department who started an organization called We Got You Covered to boost literacy
August 5, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Even in the face of the pandemic, Chicago photographer Amy Boyle has uplifted inspiring stories of women for 100 consecutive weeks. As we all continue to self isolate, there is no better time to hear these motivational voices to remind us all of what makes each and every woman phenomenal. Through the project, Boyle continues to build a trusting community that encourages self love and confidence. One of the biggest takeaways during this tim
On the evening of Thursday, September 26, 2019 at The Dawson in Chicago, a celebration was held to honor the first year of the 52 Phenomenal Women project. On display were the images made of all 52 women from the 2018-19 edition. The event was generously hosted by Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC. 52PWP Year One Celebration – Photo by Colin Boyle 2019 This is a phenomenal project and we are thrilled and fortunate to be a part of Amy’s creative vision and participation in community.
What would happen if we took time every week to recognize and share with our friends/community/tribe someone we think is phenomenal? Just imagine the list of inspiring people we would know at the end of the year. I was thinking recently after one of my photoshoots, that my career lends itself to meeting many interesting and fantastic people daily. What I also realized is that so many of these amazing people are unaware of the subtle thing they do everyday that brings joy and