Monthly Archives: May 2010

tag, I’m it!

Did anyone ever really like playing the childhood game tag? I’m pretty sure I always hated to play with its undertones of playground aggression camouflaged by the giggles and squeals of the participants. Gracious, I needed to lighten up as a kid! Well, I’m happy to report I’ve recovered from my mild tag-phobia to join […]

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Miss Match, a diptych project

Becoming a part of the fpoe (female photographers of etsy) group has introduced me to a whole new community of creatives who inspire, challenge and encourage each other everyday. One of the wonderful projects the group organizes is Miss Match, a diptych photo essay of sorts. Every week there are new partnerships, new themes, new […]

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photos for the flood || Nashville Childhood & Family Photography

By now I am sure (at least I HOPE) you are aware of the devastating flooding we have experienced here in Tennessee. Personally, our home and family survived physically unscathed yet humbled as we watched destruction all around us. All too often with tragic events, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the need and […]

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paper ‘n stitch shop of the day feature|| a Very Story Photography

I love brittni’s online exhibition space for artists, over at paper ‘n stitch and am honored to have my shop featured today as her “shop of the day.” Sometimes the sheer volume of artisans on etsy gets overwhelming, so I appreciate what paper ‘n stich does by hand-picking the artists who have exhibits on their […]

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