A House Full
We’re just regular folk, living on a miniature farm with a husband, a couple of kids, a dog, some cats, a few chickens and a pack of unwelcome possums. We’ve converted an old building into a studio where I make awesome happen. In addition to that, I write, daydream about Bruce Willis remaking Moonlighting and collect gray cardigans.
And I Wasn’t Even the Favorite Child
My dad bought me my first camera and built a darkroom just for me when I was 15. When I was 17, I wrote a letter to the local photographer in our small town offering to work for free all summer if he’d let me. He did. And then he paid me to stay. Since that humble beginning, I’ve been named Photographer of the Year and am grateful for every opportunity I get to show my clients how awesome we can be when we work together.
So, Your School Doesn’t Offer Photography, Huh?
On the days I’m not thinking of new and innovative ways to use my English degree or selling cookie dough to pay for a new pitcher’s mound or ruining perfectly good chicken, you can find me sweeping the stones around me, uncovering beauty with my camera.
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