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When I planned out what I wanted my career to look like, it didn’t just include photography. That idea has been growing over time, though with no less love for the photo craft and simply more love for other things. Isn’t it amazing how with age our capacity to love grows, as does our desire […]

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Living and Working with Pain

I just got back from London last night, so today is my first day home! I had a fantastic trip, but that is for another blog post that I’ll need the rest of this day to write. First, I want to talk on a subject I’ve spoken briefly about before: Pain. I am the type […]

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A Tale of Two Self-Portraits…in India

Self-Portrait #1 It was my first day in India. I went on a walk with my friend Amy Parrish who had also never been to India and was eager to explore. We set out on foot down the neighborhood streets. The sights were many and as overwhelming as it was calming. Things were strange yet […]

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Loose Ends

Do you ever look back at your life and wonder how you came to be at the very spot you are standing in? I’m the type of person that is very practical about such things. I trace my steps and make sure that I have control over the situations I put myself in. But today […]

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My Favorite Holiday

It is American Thanksgiving time! Thanksgiving happens to be my favorite holiday of all time because it is the one that I believe in the most. If you follow my posts on Facebook, you will probably notice that I talk a lot about being grateful for this or for that, so giving thanks is something […]

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The Collective Heartbeat

I arrived in the city yesterday where I spent nearly four years growing up. I spent most of my time feeling like I didn’t belong, a country girl through and through in the city of Brotherly Love. I felt often like an outsider, both disliking the city and admiring it from afar, my best memories […]

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My Time in Dubai with Gulf Photo Plus

I never before knew just how sheltered I was until traveling to Dubai. It is amazing how a city can seem so much like a U.S. city from the outside, but once you feel the heartbeat of the people who reside there, you realize there is something altogether different happening. I went to the Middle […]

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European Tour: Looking Back

At the end of July I set out on a plane heading towards Berlin, Germany. The flight was nice, having slept for a lot of it with the heads of two of my closest friends resting on each shoulder. Our layover in Munich was spectacular due to the breathtaking clouds which I found to be […]

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European Workshop Tour!

I will be taking my “Storytelling & Compositing” workshops international in August with a 4-country tour across Europe. My workshops are for anyone from absolute beginner to the advanced photographer. You will walk away knowing how to seamlessly edit multiple images together, but also with a new sense of how to find inspiration…and most importantly, […]

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After Dark…A Game Changer

…or more like a life changer. I’ve been largely MIA for the last week because I’ve been at the After Dark photography conference in Tucson, Arizona. What a beautiful place Tucson is! The clouds were incredible, the mountains were amazing, and I saw so many cacti that I couldn’t believe my eyes. It was like a […]

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