Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Light

When I wrote the post about being happy I didn’t expect to get such an overwhelming response. Friends, clients, casual readers reached out with words or support, recognition, love, understanding. It was deeply touching and I’m so grateful for all of the wonderful friends, family and clientele that I have. It’s hard when you are […]

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It’s not all sunshine and roses….

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An Amazing Visit

My best friend visited this summer. It was beyond a doubt one of the highlights of my year. Her kids are amazing and funny and nice and interesting and most astounding and wonderful to me is that they are kind. We had sword fights and played with guns and lived in alien worlds. I became […]

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happily disheveled

A new client was explaining why she had decided to hire me…of course she loved my photos (natch) but she really liked that nobody matched. It’s funny, right? Not as funny as me telling another mom that the other family in the park was clearly not waiting for me…they were too pretty to be my clients (stellar interpersonal […]

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It was worth it

Getting all that bark in my pants. Totally worth it.  

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SAL scores again

Man, people love themselves some Tom Brokaw. I’ve photographed a lot of Seattle Arts and Lectures events, a lot of cool, famous people. But I’m not sure I’ve never seen so many people taking iPhone photos of a speaker at the reception. I will say he was exceptionally charming and gracious backstage (which is saying somehting, […]

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Familiarly new

I love routine. I love new. Seemingly contradictory. The comfort of the familiarity but the excitement of finding the new discoveries in the places you know and love. My dream is to sit down and order “my regular” (the waitress calls me hon and I practically swoon…but that’s another story). They go to the zoo. […]

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