Her Nature Journey
The Midwest award winning nature photographer from Spillville has been published in many medias including eleven magazine covers, and state and national publications, billboards and even on television photography shows. To find where she will be at look under “Upcoming events.” You can also see her work at Plum Creek Art Gallery in Fredericksburg, and area art shows. Her cards are sold at Java John’s, Oneota Coop & Decorah Vistors/Chamber Office in Decorah, Blooms on Main in Ossian, and coming soon her work in an Art Studio in Calmar.
Her commercial work can be seen all over Iowa. You can find her work on a billboard on HWY 52 north of Decorah advertising to visit Decorah. May 2017 Country Extra half page of a fawn, April/May 2017 editon of Country magazine is a half page of little girl and a calf. Also the April/May 2017 Our Iowa has three photos in it. As you open the magazine you will see Spring blossoms a page and a half, on page 38 is the pretty purple crocuses and a chipmunk at my birdbath. Feb/March issue of Our Iowa with a photo of a field of bluebells and a little girl smelling tulips. Also USA Today in February 2017 with a photo overlooking Decorah for prettiest small town picked for state of Iowa. Fall issue 2016 of Our Iowa magazine, page 38 of a fall harvest scene, Front and back cover of government magazine fall issue of The ICAP Update. The list goes on, but close to her heart was the chance in 2016 to write a story about making apple pie with her grandmother in Summer issue of InSpired magazine.
Her story and photos of bluebells is in the Our Iowa book and photos in 50 Years of Nordic Fest book. National magazine called Country magazine has her Canada Geese & Gosslings on page 39, April/May, Country Extra had her great blue heron in Jan/Feb 2016 page 33, Tenth national magazine cover spring issue of Voice for Health 2016 of a storm cloud sunset by Nordness off of Lincoln HWY Road by Decorah-9th cover was an oriole the Spring of 2015, July magazine cover of The Voice for Health 2014-wildflowers, June/July Our Iowa 2014 story and photo on Art Huber, two photos in April/May 2014 issue of Our Iowa Magazine, spring edition of Inspire(d) Magazine, photojournalism at Cedar Rapids Gazette and her writing and photos at local newspaper, Calmar Courier 2006-2015. In the past her work has been in Country Magazine, Country Extra, Birds and Blooms, Backyard Living, earlier issues (2007 – 2011) full page portfolios in The Iowan Magazine when they had that feature, Inspire(d) Magazine, Voice for Health, historical Iowa magazines,Iowa Gardening, Edible Iowa among others. Joyce also works closely with tourism departments promoting our beautiful Northeast Iowa with publications and websites. Farmer’s Market in Decorah on any given Saturday morning ( in the summer)from 8-11:30 Winneshiek Farmers Markets in Decorah and check under UPCOMING EVENTS for current events she is attending.
Joyce’s work adorns a billboard from Decorah Tourism office at visitdecorah.com on HWY 52 north of Decorah. and was on Kelly Real Estate billboard in Decorah. Joyce’s commercial work can be seen also at area businesses including the Bank Iowa-Lawler branch (where they used only her work), Bank Iowa-Fredericksburg, and also Waucoma,Decorah and Cresco Bank & Trust, Decorah Chamber Office, Anderson- Wilmarth-Van Der-Maaten-Belay, Fretheim Law office in Decorah, Winneshiek Medical in Decorah,The Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative in Postville and First Trust & Savings Bank in Wheatland Iowa has all her work on canvas. Websites like Kelly Real Estate, many country clubs, and tourism sites such as Visit Decorah, WCDI -Winneshiek Development,Imagine Northeast Iowa, Iowa Travel guides, and visitor guides, Silos and Smokestacks.
Joyce uses her work to tell the story of the beauty in nature that surrounds us and invites you to walk with her on the journey that takes in vistas of the world to tiny butterflies in the quest that her and her camera canvas takes.
Come enter the world of Joyce Meyer Photography. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org . She does not do portrait photography any longer since busy with other avenues of writing and photography, but will shoot on location for websites, brochures etc. Joyce also freelances for the Cedar Rapids Gazette.