Kimberly Button is an Asheville, North Carolina-based freelance journalist, photographer, author, TV correspondent, blogger and editor, writing for national and international print publications for nearly two decades. Her writing is featured in magazines such as National Geographic Traveler, AAA, Whole Living, American Way, The Miami Herald, Private Clubs, Celebrated Living, Family Circle, Woman’s World, Sierra and Florida Travel & Life.
She won a First Place Award for Photography from the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) in 2014, and her articles have won industry awards, as well.
Button’s most recent book, The Everything Guide to a Healthy Home, was published by Adams Media. The easy-to-understand handbook offers room-by-room makeovers for families to create healthier, non-toxic living spaces.
She is also the author of The Disney Queue Line Survival Guidebook, a fun travel resource that offers activities and games customized to every queue line throughout the Walt Disney World Resort’s four theme parks in Orlando, Florida.
Button created the Fun for Disney World Lines app, the digital version of The Disney Queue Line Survival Guidebook, as well as the Orlando Green Travel app, which guides visitors in how to enjoy earth-friendly travels in a land of make-believe worlds.
As a green living expert, Button frequently appears on national TV to discuss topics of healthy living, sustainability and green travel. She has been a green living expert for the nationally syndicated television program Daytime for more than three years, as well as frequently appearing on Orlando-area TV networks.
Kimberly Button writes about Orlando and central Florida area attractions, dining, hotels, events and lifestyle topics with her sister on their blog, www.kimandcarrie.com.
Button and her photographer are available for photos, aerial photography, videos, videography, and drone photos and videos of Orlando and central Florida.
Button is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) and the North America Travel Journalists Association (NATJA).