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Founding Editor in Chief/Publisher
Charleston, S.C. 1985
View Magazine was published from 1985 until 1989 in Charleston, South Carolina. The last issue of View was published right before Hurricane Hugo. View was a lifestyle magazine with the romance of Charleston as the backdrop and enjoyed success. The View offices at the Charleston City Marina were ravaged by Hurricane Hugo as was all of Charleston. There was a 34 foot sailboat laying on it's side on Lockwood Boulevard in front of the office the day after the storm and a slate roof tile stuck in the wooden door jam next to the door knob at the office at the Charleston City Marina. VIEW magazine will be brought back to life with the launch of Charleston the Manual twenty eight years from it's last issue.
Covers above - left -year one Volume I Number Four - middle - year four Vol. 4 Number 15 - right - year four Vol. 4 Number 18 - the May- June 1989 was the final issue before the magazine was sold with John Doyle's Mosquito Fleet painting on the cover. There was one more issue in July. #19. It was mediocre sadly with the new staff and partners. The Library Society on King Street supposedly (had) a full set of the issues prior to the hurricane.
Founding Editor in Chief
Charleston, S.C. 1989
Cover Above: Volume XX Number I 2000
In 1999 Kiawah Resort Associates brought Wilson in to helm the 20th Anniversary Issue of Legends magazine. Buddy Darby and his son Charles P. Darby IV are now working together on their new development, Christophe Harbour, on Saint Kitts. Saint Kitts became home to the first Caribbean British and French colonies in the mid-1620s. Along with the island nation of Nevis, Saint Kitts was a member of the British West Indies until gaining independence in 1983. The island is one of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles. Stunning Christophe Harbour is doing well, up and running after the storms of 2017 and it is assisting the other islands much the same as it has always done since the 17th Century.
After two years of meetings with David McNair, the Director of the Roper Hospital Foundation and it's Board of Directors, House Calls was created and Gulfstream Communications established in 1991 with the titles, Legends magazine, Charleston Magazine and House Calls magazine. They all exist today and are in their 26th year, except for Legends that is in it's 28th year and it is now published in-house by the new owners of Kiawah. The cover above is House Calls Volume 1 Number 1 from 1991.
Charleston Magazine was first published in 1975 and went out of business in 1979 prior to my arrival there in 1990 after Hurricane Hugo. The title rights were bought in 1990 and the magazine enjoys success today in it's 21st year of publishing by Gulfstream Communications, a company Wilson founded in 1991.
Founding Editor in Chief/Publisher
Medical University of
South Carolina Children's Hospital
Charleston, S.C. 1994
Carolina Family ran for one year for the Medical University of South Carolina. A new Director of the Children's Hospital Fund wanted to take a new direction upon her arrival at the Fund and the magazine had a short lifespan.
Founding Editor in Chief/Publisher
Charleston, S.C. 1995
Charleston Traveler was both a printed guide and a website (above) in the early days of the Internet in 1995. Above is an example of the Internet. In 1999 it was enjoying 98,000 unique visitors a day from all over the globe. Published by Wilson Hill Publishing with the talented Associate Publisher George Hill. The printed guide book sold out at locations throughout Charleston and Charleston Traveler will be brought back to life with the digital launching of the Charleston Portal twenty one years after it was first published. The High Battery image used on the original site was by the iconic Charleston photographer Jack Alterman. The version of the High Battery used on the Spring release of the Charleston Portal is by the iconic photographer Brownie Harris, who resides in Wilmington, North Carolina.