Things have been a bit quiet on the blog lately... And by quiet, I mean pretty much non-existent.IMG_0339-2 My family and I recently completed a big move, and we are slowly getting settled into our new home. But if I'm being totally honest, the lack of posts is also just because I'm not really a fan of blogging. I crave connections - relationships - authentic interactions with people I care about, and care for. And as I'm becoming more comfortable and confident with who I am as a person, an artist, and a business owner, I'm realizing that blogging is not the best medium for me.


It works for a lot of people - but for me, it feels like I'm shouting to be heard in a room that is already too noisy, and when my words DO find an audience, it's hard to connect with them and engage. So, from here out while I will still tend to this poor, neglected space, I want to move the conversation to email, through my newsletter.IMG_0354-5

If you sign up, you can expect to get a note from me a couple times a month, where I can more personally share my journey and connect with you on a more personal level. The beautiful thing about a newsletter is that it doesn't have to be a one-way form of communication. You can hit "reply" and let me know how you are doing. You can ask me a question. We can converse on a more intimate level, that I feel so much more comfortable with. I can also more easily share when I have mentoring openings, where my travel schedule is taking me for fine art family documentary sessions, and when I have new workshops available or scheduled. Although I promise to keep the marketing to a minimum - the majority of the information with be solid, useful tips, thoughts, musings, tutorials, and all things photography that I sincerely hope you'll find helpful.IMG_0358-6

I want you to look forward to seeing one of my emails pop up in your inbox, and I want to use that platform as a way to create a more authentic sense of connection with you. If you don't want to miss out, you can sign up here:

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