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As a creative entrepreneur for nearly seven years, I get to do what I love every day. My work’s evolution has been great, and I’ve learnt so much about myself and how to spend my time. I’ve also had great teachers. They helped me find my voice and communicate effectively and meaningfully with clients. No […]

Why I Love Being A Creative Entrepreneur

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I don’t post my personal political opinions often, but in this post I’m making an exception. My heart hurts for myself, and for all women in America today. I worry about what will happen to us in the future. June 24th, 2022, will go down in history as a day of infamy for American women. […]

My Heart Hurts For American Women

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Photography is empowering. It opens up new perspectives and creates connections to our past, present, and future. Not convinced? Take food photography. Whether you’re taking pictures of your own culinary creations or simply sharing a favorite meal with friends via social media, there are numerous ways that these snapshots can enrich our lives. Food photography […]

Food Photography Is Empowering

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As a food photographer, I find myself looking for captivating food images that portray the excitement and beauty of food. I’ll tell you why. I’ve asked chefs, restauranteurs, food stylists, and many people what makes me stand out when it comes to photographing food. Some said I’m bold, some said I’m imaginative, while others simply […]

Reasons Why People Are Drawn To Me As A Food Photographer

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We are all unique, and the world needs your unique voice and point of view. What makes your work unique? Is it the props you use? The location? There are so many factors involved in creating your personal style, but it starts with knowing yourself. As a food photographer, it’s an absolute must to know […]

Why Being Unique Is The Most Important Thing You Can Do As a Food Photographer

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Everybody gets creative blocks. Everybody. Have you ever just felt like your creativity was tapped out? Like you had nothing left to give? As a food photographer, you’re expected to be a creative genius. People want you to have the perfect shot of their dish ready and waiting in your back pocket. And most of […]

How I Get Over Creative Blocks

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I want to talk with you about the work-life grind, a tricky balance. When you have a 9-5 job, you have a set schedule to follow. You know when you are supposed to be at the office, how long the day would last, and how long it would take you to get home. But being […]

The Work-Life Grind, A Complicated Balance

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It’s been almost four years since I left my office job, and it has been a wild ride. I’ve learned a lot since starting my food photography business. I’m not going to lie and say that the road has been smooth sailing because it hasn’t. Running a business was never something I planned to do. […]

What I’ve Learned Since Starting My Food Photography Business

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How Food Photography Turned Me Into A Dreamer. If you had asked me five years ago what my life revolved around, the word “photography” would not have crossed my mind. Today I’m a dreamer and a believer in the endless possibilities that photography offers. I live a new life, learning about food and photography techniques […]

How Food Photography Turned Me Into A Dreamer

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I create food photography that tells stories.   Christmas. It delights; it warms and creates the coziest feelings deep inside us. Families gather, traditions increase the love and the annual bustle is magical for a time. Christmas is about togetherness. The feeling of being in a charming village with cozy houses stacked along snowy streets. […]

How Christmas Memories Inspires Food Photography

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