HONEYSUCKLE is a print and digital publication that emphasizes diverse voices and visual impact. Each quarter, our print edition explores a topical issue through a range of perspectives. Our intimate style of reporting combines input from high-profile celebrities, leaders in various fields, and personal testimony. Online, we expand the conversation in daily posts that include journalism, first-person essays, reviews and poetry. Our cross-generational audience is open, inclusive, and curious, united by their shared passion for knowledge and desire to dive deep into important themes that shape our time.
To date, our print editions have covered topics such as women’s roles and rights, home and homelessness, cannabis as a growing and politically charged industry, and the evolution of sex in our culture. Our covers have featured Oscar nominee Kirsten Dunst, iconic activist actor Alan Cumming, bi-racial model/rapper and homelessness activist Justin Bullock. Major features include Oscar winner Holly Hunter, NFL legend and cannabis advocate/entrepreneur Marvin Washington; Bruce Giffin, acclaimed photojournalist from Detroit, and more. High-quality color printing enables us to refract our topics through photography, painting, and illustration, bringing vibrancy to each page.
National print distribution, inclusion in industry gift bags at events such as New York Fashion Week and SXSW, and a thriving online presence enable HONEYSUCKLE to reach a richly varied audience. Unlike many publications, we do not adapt our material to a given demographic. Rather, we assume that our readers’ interests are broad, and that cross-cultural and cross-generational exchange is vital. In an age of polarity, we seek to soften boundaries and spread information that creates respectful dialogue and action. In as much as human lives are defined by what we care about, we bring that passion to our pages.
Topics we plan to discuss are Sustainability, Quantum Thinking and Social issues.
“Founded by filmmaker Ronit Pinto, Honeysuckle is devoted to expression through all forms of media and offers a unique approach to video storytelling. Through our in-house production company Black Neon Media (staffed by professionals who have worked with Wes Craven, Michael Bay, and Steven Spielberg), as well as collaborations with other dynamic collectives, we produce original content that is at once entertaining, informative, and provocative. In film we aim to push the artistic envelope while composing thoughtful and engaging narratives which center on themes including sexuality, spirituality, violence, activism, and technological innovation.”