Bevin Valentine Jalbert
Raised in eastern North Carolina, Bevin Valentine Jalbert is a lifelong southerner. She received a BA in art history from Hollins University in Roanoke, VA and an MFA in photography from Savanah College of Art and Design. With her arts-focused background, as well as an interest in fashion and styling, she acts as art director for Paprika Southern’s styled shoots and provides editorial direction to the magazine. She lives in Savannah with her husband, Josh, and lizard-obsessed calico, Zooey.
A native of Yonkers, New York, Siobhan moved to Savannah for graduate school in 2005. She discovered she enjoyed a non-snow shoveling life and decided to stick around the South for the foreseeable future. With a background in journalism and photojournalism, and her love of fine art, she is excited to bring all of her experiences together with Paprika Southern. Siobhan is also a photography teacher at Armstrong Atlantic State University and she occasionally teaches children’s art at Scribble Art Studio. Siobhan has an unhealthy obsession with cheese, reading young adult novels, the NY Yankees, and she will forever be an Irish dancer.
A Jersey-born and South Georgia-raised girl, Ageda a.k.a. Agee has had her fair share of city and country life. She moved to Savannah two years ago and has since been captivated by the history and charm of the city. She recently graduated from Armstrong State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics. Life after graduation for Agee has left her on a quest to test the waters to see where her talents can be acquired and challenged. Agee is also the administrative intern for the Savannah Children’s Choir and works for Savannah’s Visitor Centers. Some of Agee’s interests include photojournalism, impromptu photoshoots with friends, the occasional beach trips to Tybee Island, dancing the night away to some salsa or bachata music, and if time permits, blogging about her Agee Mac adventures.