Category Archives: Tangibles

I hate selling. I HATE it. The feeling of trying to convince someone to part with their money, it always leaves me feeling like an oily, used car salesman. But there’s a difference between “selling” and simply believing in the value of a product, service, etc. enough that other people can’t help but see its value […]

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There’s this difficult balance, being a photographer who captures precious moments in my couples’ lives: I know what my anniversary couples WANT, but then I also know what they’re doing to NEED. They want their digital files, because psychologically speaking, it allows you to rest easy knowing you can print you images in the future. You […]

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This book is waaay overdue- it’s been two years since I’ve refreshed ANY of the printed work in my office! My work has matured quite a bit between 2012 and now, so it was definitely time for a new album to show off to my brides and grooms who come to meet with me. After […]

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I’ve never really been one to embrace change readily- change usually means struggle, and call me crazy, but I don’t like struggling. PASS, the system I use to deliver digital negatives to my clients, first made its debut in 2011, but being the headstrong individual that I was, I first just shrugged it off. My […]

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