Erin abbott – How To Incorporate Different Cultures In Homeschooling
Erin Abbott's Session Is Available On Wednesday, July 15 from 6AM EST
about erin abbott
Erin Austen Abbott, received her BS in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Florida and then went on to study photography at the Museum School of Fine Arts in, Boston, MA, and at the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle, WA. She has had photography shows in eleven cities and four different countries. Erin spent several years after college teaching Montessori school and was also a travel nanny for several different families.
Her writing and photography has been published in such publications as Esquire, Bon Appétit, Visit Baton Rouge, Invitation Magazine, Country Roads, liquor.com, Southern Living, Garden & Gun, Bitter Southerner, Teen Vogue, Alternative Press, Los Angeles Times, Uppercase, Bake From Scratch, Southern Lady, Oxford Magazine, Oh So Beautiful Paper, West Elm’s blog First + Main, Good Grit, Laurel Mercantile journal, Splinter Creek, and Southern Spaces.
She has been featured in The New York Times, Anthology Magazine, Flea Market Style Magazine, Design Sponge, Southern Living, Garden & Gun, Lonny, Domino, First + Main, Pennyweight, Houzz, and in the book Sage Living by Anne Sage for Chronicle Books, to name a few.
She published her second book in April of 2020 called Family Field Trip. Her blog, Field Trip works to teach parents and children about design, food, art, and culture, from home and beyond.
Erin lives in Water Valley, Mississippi with her husband and son.
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