Hello all, long time no write! It’s been a pretty busy week. Discussing gigs and special classes, attending K’s wedding (that’s totally the best!), and continuing to research/work on my online presence. I started some online business classes for photographers, one of which has a private group for fellow students to communicate with each other… Continue reading Checking In
I was stepping through a mess to get to an additional light switch when I felt a crunch. Under the blankets, I found this …and it reminds me of the fragility of life and all that’s in it. Like this mirror, so many things are incredibly easy to break. We aren’t paying attention. Theyre hidden… Continue reading We Are Glass
Now, I’m not going to claim in any way to be an authority on the subject but, as mentioned in an earlier post, I spent a great deal of last week trying to create this website for my business. So I’d like to share a little about that with you. Boy was it hard! There… Continue reading Website Building
Staring at the screen blankly. Ever so slowly dropping a word here or there. You ever write like that?
This is a topic you are probably all too aware of in today’s climate: job hunting and the dreaded interview. Yes, freelancers do this too (and waaay too often). The current film market here is pretty dry. So dry in fact that even seasoned and established professionals are taking micro budget jobs just to get… Continue reading Hopeful Prospects
Continuing this week’s game of catch up, I’d like to talk a little about another recent-ish trip (this one planned). So of course I brought my camera… Last month my husband and I were able to take our first vacation together and we decided to spend it on Colorado. To save money we booked a… Continue reading A Mysty Mountain
Well, after almost a week off from a busy busy month I still find myself playing catch up with this blog. So it seems only appropriate to write about the day off we had during the Tennessee film shoot. It was a quiet afternoon in Kingsport, ghostly almost. J, a coworker, and I joked that… Continue reading Business or Pleasure?