You are! Anyone can contribute to the direction of the magazine. Share your adventures with us on social media, email us what you think we should be covering, or contribute articles and photographs to the print issue. Do you want to write or shoot for Wild Northeast? Email, and be sure to check out our contributor guidelines.

Wild Northeast is a free magazine covering outdoor adventure sports, and outdoor culture in New England and northern New York. It is published three times a year and distributed in shops and businesses throughout Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and northeastern New York. Here are some of the people behindĀ Wild Northeast :


Screen Shot 2016-02-22 at 5.26.01 PMIan Ferguson, editor. Ian was born in North Conway, NH and skied Tuckerman Ravine as a teenager. He spent a few years in the Northwest, but missed the dramatic seasons of northern New England. He came back to be closer to family and to start a magazine.



Screen Shot 2016-08-13 at 8.44.35 AMLee House, art director. Born in Massachusetts, Lee grew up adventuring in the Northeast with a distinct passion for the White Mountains. He studied design at Massachusetts College of Art, and has since been traveling the country creating environmental and adventure media through design, video, and photos. He seasonally returns east to get on rock and hike the gritty trails of home.



Screen Shot 2016-02-22 at 5.29.03 PMKathryn Thorney, sales/marketing/office manager. Kat was born in Connecticut near the Appalachian Trail and earned outdoor leadership certificates in college. She once completed a 10-day midwinter trek through the White Mountains with only a tarp for shelter, and loved it. Kat is working on a plan to combine guiding with youth counseling in the northeast.


Screen Shot 2016-02-22 at 5.27.16 PMJosh Newall, account executive. Josh grew up running around the woods of northern New England, and honed his mountaineering skills while working at Eastern Mountain Sports in high school. He had quite a time in Jasper, Alberta last fall, crossed a river barefoot and camped on a glacier-fed lake.



Screen Shot 2016-03-28 at 9.07.44 PMSean Carney, sales guru. A New Englander through and through, Sean Carney is a jack of all trades and master of having a good time. He is currently juggling jobs as a timber framer, environmental educator, permaculture instructor and climate change activist. Oh yeah, he’s an actual juggler too.



For a stock list, stay tuned. It’s coming soon.

To stock Wild Northeast in your place of business, email

To advertise or request a media kit, email

To submit articles and photos, and for all other inquiries, email