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Work never stops as a freelance photographer

It’s been a hard week; I had to put down my dog on Tuesday. She was 2 months shy of her 15th birthday, and 4 months shy of being with me for just as many years. She was the best dog

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Work never stops as a freelance photographer

It’s been a hard week; I had to put down my dog on Tuesday. She was 2 months shy of her 15th birthday, and 4 months shy of being with me for just as many years. She was the best dog

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Driving across Kansas into Colorado: Road Trip Part 2

We kicked off our summer road trip at City Museum in St. Louis, and WOW, we had so much fun. I can’t believe I’ve visited that city since I was a child and this was the first year to go

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Driving across Kansas into Colorado: Road Trip Part 2

We kicked off our summer road trip at City Museum in St. Louis, and WOW, we had so much fun. I can’t believe I’ve visited that city since I was a child and this was the first year to go

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One of the many reason I love being a freelance photographer in Arkansas.

I love my job, every damn day. I feel very fortunate that I am always happy to go to work and that I get paid to do something I love. There are so many reasons that I enjoy being a professional

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One of the many reason I love being a freelance photographer in Arkansas.

I love my job, every damn day. I feel very fortunate that I am always happy to go to work and that I get paid to do something I love. There are so many reasons that I enjoy being a professional

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Juggling a work life balance as a photographer: Road Trip Part 1

I’ve been working toward finding balance when it comes to my work and my personal life. Last year was a great year for business, but it got a little out of control on the personal side. I felt like I wasn’t taking

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Juggling a work life balance as a photographer: Road Trip Part 1

I’ve been working toward finding balance when it comes to my work and my personal life. Last year was a great year for business, but it got a little out of control on the personal side. I felt like I wasn’t taking

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Can you drop a camera and take a good photo?

My old boss always had random sayings about photography that really didn’t make much sense, but somehow they still run through my head all these years later. I don’t remember the exact saying, but he used to talk about dropping a

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Can you drop a camera and take a good photo?

My old boss always had random sayings about photography that really didn’t make much sense, but somehow they still run through my head all these years later. I don’t remember the exact saying, but he used to talk about dropping a

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Reflections and Celebrations on being a freelance photographer for 10 years…

Ten years ago today I walked into the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, where I was a staff photographer, and gave my notice. As I stood next to the filing cabinets in the digital dark room, my boss looked at me and said, “You’re

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Reflections and Celebrations on being a freelance photographer for 10 years…

Ten years ago today I walked into the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, where I was a staff photographer, and gave my notice. As I stood next to the filing cabinets in the digital dark room, my boss looked at me and said, “You’re

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2015- A year of changes for this Arkansas Photographer

On this last day of the year, I thought I would make my final blog post a reflection on the changes in my photography business. There were a lot of phone calls, emails, photo shoots, miles traveled and friends made along

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2015- A year of changes for this Arkansas Photographer

On this last day of the year, I thought I would make my final blog post a reflection on the changes in my photography business. There were a lot of phone calls, emails, photo shoots, miles traveled and friends made along

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Lights of the Ozarks Stock Photography and a trip down memory lane…

  Throwback Thursday and a quick trip down memory lane… I spent an evening last year shooting stock photography of the Lights of the Ozarks. It was a cold, quiet evening that brought back memories of an old tradition with a

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Lights of the Ozarks Stock Photography and a trip down memory lane…

  Throwback Thursday and a quick trip down memory lane… I spent an evening last year shooting stock photography of the Lights of the Ozarks. It was a cold, quiet evening that brought back memories of an old tradition with a

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Top 10 things this photographer is thankful for today and everyday.

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my clients and friends. It has been such a wonderful year and I am so grateful for all of you. Today is a day to express gratitude, so here goes..   1.I’m thankful to everyone

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Top 10 things this photographer is thankful for today and everyday.

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my clients and friends. It has been such a wonderful year and I am so grateful for all of you. Today is a day to express gratitude, so here goes..   1.I’m thankful to everyone

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Photographing a creative mother of four in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Last month I ran into another situation where my phrase “small town Arkansas” applied. I was hired to shoot an environmental portrait of a mother and her children at her North Little Rock home for Savvy Kids Magazine. When the subject,

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Photographing a creative mother of four in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Last month I ran into another situation where my phrase “small town Arkansas” applied. I was hired to shoot an environmental portrait of a mother and her children at her North Little Rock home for Savvy Kids Magazine. When the subject,

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