Pensacola Beach in winter is a beachcomber’s heaven, providing a unique experience unlike any other time of the year.
Katie King is a self-proclaimed beach bum who moved from Atlanta to Pensacola in late 2002 where she spent the next 13 years working as a photojournalist and editor for the Pensacola News Journal, covering all aspects of Pensacola life. Katie's photographs have appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and have made the Newseum’s Top Ten Front Pages exhibit. In 2015, Katie transitioned from journalism to public relations and began work at EW Bullock Associates.
Her love for Pensacola only deepened after settling into her rustic, 93-year-old home in East Hill that she shares with photojournalist Ben Twingley and their great danes - who control all sitting and sleeping arrangements in the house. When she’s not working, you can often find her snorkeling the sandbar at Park East on Pensacola Beach, strolling the shoreline of the Pensacola Pass at Fort Pickens, or chasing her four-legged best buddy at Bayview Dog Park in East Hill.
Unlike most visitors to our shores, Geronimo did not come to Pensacola for it’s beautiful, sugar-white beaches.
Murals are all the rage right now. Locally, some are on a massive scale. Others are smaller and more obscure. All bring a new energy and engagement to our eclectic community, making it more vibrant and alive.