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Introductions and Sneak Peaks

Oh wow… I’m a plus now?
I’m a plus.


I don’t think I can say or {or think} that enough right now.





Thank you Leah and Mark.
Thank you Raven and Debra.




I’m so happy to be a bigger part of this family you have created.
I will keep pushing myself to always learn and become a better and better photographer.
Thank you for letting me explore with my camera attached.
Thank you for pushing me.
guiding me.
using me.
keeping me busy.
taking the risk in asking me.






I learned so much in the internship. I’m beyond excited to be able to continue to grow, learn, share and write for everyone.
There were so many things I wasn’t able to get to durning the internship. So many things I didn’t get a chance to show.

SO! Here’s a sampling of things seen and things new.



















Whew! Keep your eyes out for more photos from the sneak peeks shown.
If you don’t know which were sneak peeks, check out my intern posts. 😉
Already new assignments are lining up.
This will be an amazing time.


Portfolio SlideShow

We’re going to be at the Indie Craft Experience: Holiday Shopping Spectacular 2009! next Saturday.

We’ll have a photo booth there where you can take you know, normal ‘photobooth’ photos – but we’ll also be set up for super fast portrait shots! (You and us both will see how well this works out)

But that’s the idea. Photo booth + a chance for you to test out our super fast portrait picture taking skills. Everyone gets a free .jpg file emailed to them, printable up to 4×6 size (or you know, probably a few since we’re pretty generous and not super strict about our photos – because hey, if you sat down for a few minutes it probably means that we’re friends for life now).

If you’re reading this blog post through the Facebook note – it’s probably because I tagged you – because either you, your child, or your hand/arm/back of head is in the video and I thought it’d be nice to give you a heads-up. 🙂

The main photo in this post was taken while we were on a bus just on our way to a monastery just south of Tibet proper. It was a quick snap shot taken with my point and shoot. It’s one of the first photos that I shot that made want to really go with this photography thing.

Have a great weekend.