I mean it. This year has been such a blessing, and my clients are a major part of that.
By internet standards, videos are supposed to be short. So I had to keep this message concise. However, I could have gone on and on and on and would need to in order to adequately thank each and every one of my clients.
From the Aaron family to the Zukermans, my beloved families and customers have made this year one of success.
As you’ll hear in the video, my decision to quit a full-time gig to stay at home with my babies and focus on freelance work was a scary one to make. My fears and doubts were pretty high leaving something comfortable for something risky.
My beautiful clients kept me busy, which felt like an answer to many prayers and has helped me feel a bit more comfortable in my decision.
THANK YOU over and over again. Here’s to a great 2018!
When I’m not nudging my camera into the personal lives of my clients, coaxing smiles and laughter out of them, I delve into commercial photography and video. It’s very different work from when I’m with my families and it’s uniquely enjoyable.
Recently I was documenting a number of professional workshops offered through the UNC Kenan-Flagler Executive Development Program. Professors from the Business School offer hands-on, intensive training to professionals from across the nation.
As I work these events, I’m a fly on the wall, absorbing what the faculty say, gauging participants’ reaction and interaction as I discreetly capture the workshopping as it happens. There is no posing, no adjustments. My goal is to be invisible while seeking out the best possible angles in a classroom setting. It’s challenging work in the sense that you use the lighting available, the context presented (no props, etc), with the subjects available.
Lucky for me, the subjects are wonderful. They are captivating, energized and welcoming of the camera in the back row.
My most recent assignment was coverage of a women at work session. I couldn’t help but be inspired at every level.
The participants were all females in leadership in the workplace.
The faculty was comprised of world-class female instructors.
Participants maneuvered through real-life scenario negotiations, on-the-spot presentations and honed in on growing skills. It was fascinating to watch and see the students do so without breaking a sweat.
Stay tuned for more content around this cool program!