Now Trending: Yearbook Trends for 2025

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Now Trending: Yearbook Trends for 2025

About this Video

Embark on your journey of inspiration for 2025 with our exclusive video series, "Now Trending: Yearbook Trends for 2025." Join seasoned advisers Emily Arnold and Tucker Love as they share their insights on finding inspiration within the classroom.

Then, gain valuable perspectives from Zach Field, Walsworth Graphic Design Supervisor, as he delves into the latest trends shaping the professional space. Hosted by Jim Jordan and Sabrina Schmitz, CJE, this three-part series serves as your essential guide for planning your next yearbook. Don't miss out on this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve and elevate your yearbook game!

About the Speakers

Jim Jordan is the former yearbook adviser at Del Campo High School in Fair Oaks, California, and now a Special Consultant for Walsworth Yearbooks. Jim was JEA’s National Yearbook Adviser of the Year in 1996, and his yearbook staffs at Del Campo were frequent award winners. In 2019, he was honored by JEA with a Lifetime Achievement Award. He is also the host of the Yearbook Chat with Jim podcast on the Walsworth Yearbooks Podcast Network.

Sabrina Schmitz, CJE, is a Walsworth Yearbooks representative, key accounts specialist and the former publications adviser at J.W. Mitchell High School in Trinity, Florida. Under her leadership, The Stampede yearbook earned multiple CSPA Crowns, an NSPA Pacemaker, and was a Design of the Year Finalist. She was Teacher of the Year in 2013, was a District Teacher of the Year Finalist, and teaches at workshops and conventions nationwide.

Zachary Field is the Graphic Design Supervisor in Walsworth's Marketing Department, but, prior to joining the marketing team, he worked as a Walsworth yearbook cover designer. Zach holds a BFA in graphic design from Missouri Western State University. He and his wife have 5 cats and he like drawing frogs in his free time.

 

Emily Pyeatt Arnold, CJE, advises the award-winning Ledoian yearbook, Cat's Eye online, Catalyst literary arts magazine, and Bearcat TV at Aledo High School in Aledo, Texas. She has the honor of working with the coolest and most talented kids on her campus who challenge her to be a better person and adviser. Pyeatt Arnold has been awarded the JEA Medal of Merit, recognized as a TAJE Texas Trailblazer and ILPC Edith Fox King award recipient. She is also a former JEA Special Recognition Adviser and JEA Rising Star.

Tucker Love advises the award-winning Heritage yearbook, The Patriot newsmagazine and website, and Inscriptions literary magazine at Shawnee Mission South High School in Overland Park, Kansas. Love has a background in design and loves how it can be used to support the storytelling that happens in scholastic journalism. He has been recognized as a JEA Rising Star, KSPA Sunflower Award recipient, and loves spending time working with his students to create publications they are proud of.