Here in Philadelphia we went on COVID-19 shutdown on March 13, 2020. Since then we, as a society have had to adjust to a new way of life. To some degree many of our liberties have been taken away from us as a result of this Pandemic. As a formal photojournalist for local newspapers and magazines I ... Read More about Philly Shut down as seen through the eyes of a photographer
I've limited my normal photo sessions during the Covid-19 pandemic. But I still have a desire to not only create, but to interact with people in real time. I do realize that I need to be smart about this and use some common sense as well. So after I saw this post by my Main Line friend Aliza I knew ... Read More about The Front Steps Project| Philly
The winter months are typically slower for my business. I often use this time for self-education, reviewing my goals for the upcoming year, I also schedule a few newsletters in advance. But this winter has been truly been one for the ages. We had home repairs that made my house SUCH A MESS! There ... Read More about Parenting,business and a pandemic
Self employed business woman fixing glasses. As a headshot photographer I'm used to ebbs and flows in my business. But much of my work centers around photographing corporations, events and providing headshots to large groups of people. As you can imagine the last week has been a crazy one. I've ... Read More about What being a photographer means during a pandemic
Follow my blog with Bloglovin While I've always believed in having multiple streams of income, owning my own business, hosting workshops and creating learning material is what makes me THRIVE. I love the feeling of helping people grow and understand how to use photography within their ... Read More about Why I decided to go back to work.