When you turn your hobby into your full time job, you tend to work ALL THE TIME. My husband is constantly telling me I should find another activity to get into since my one major hobby is my career, but nothing else excites me like photographing people + things. I’ve tried countless other past-times; knitting, gardening, reading, painting… you get the picture. In the end,when I have free time, I find myself working on personal photography projects. My goal during this winter’s off-season was to get together some of my personal work and actually print, frame, and show it. I have finally accomplished this and it feels great! It’s rewarding to see my photographs in print, framed, and hanging up somewhere, instead of taking up space on my hard drive.
I’ve put together a shopping area for people interested in viewing and/or purchasing my travel/fine art. Although I’m not completely finished with the website, I had to rush to get something together as I have prints hanging at the Seattle Healing Arts Center as of last night. Check them out in person if you have a chance. All of my printing + framing are done locally at small family run businesses. I think it’s really important to support small businesses, especially in times like these.
Without further ado, here is the link to the new site:
*10% off new orders from the Fine Art Shop through May 1st. Enter in code: PRINTS at checkout to receive a discount.*