Alyssa Rosenheck is an author, a celebrated architectural photographer, and a cancer survivor. Nationally, Alyssa has been recognized as a business leader, one of the leading photographers in the country, and the voice of the new South in outlets like Forbes, The Washington Post, Architectural Digest, InStyle, and People magazine. Alyssa is helping individuals tap into their creative power and community with her book, The New Southern Style. Readers get an all-access pass into the conversations and home tours of more than 30 creative entrepreneurs. With more than 47,000 words, Alyssa’s mission with this project is to support the reader through life pivots, inspire creative courage, and encourage us all to be our own agents of change. Alyssa is amplifying the voices of the next generation of creatives and turning messages into movements.
This podcast episode was a long time in the making. Our visit begins with Alyssa reflecting on the one year anniversary of her best-selling book, The New Southern Style. The timing of the book’s release, during a global pandemic, was certainly not lost on her as the book’s message emphasizes the need for creativity and connection.
Alyssa’s inclusive perspective is encouraging and thought-provoking. She pushes listeners by saying, “I want us to challenge the way we show up in a way that we can become more wholehearted, more human and really value what connects us.”
She is the unicorn of social media – encouraging, thought-provoking and enlightening. She also combines what many want to achieve – turning big, bold dreams into reality! Although her success didn’t happen overnight, admittedly, her self-made status was intentional. Putting in countless hours of hard work, dedication and diligently showing up for herself were driving forces that led to where she is today. Follow along as she boldly leads #thenewsouthern movement – you can find Alyssa:
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