It’s true: we love our cameras, taking pictures, and hanging beautiful images on the wall. We are photographers.
But many visual artists are also talented in other areas of creative expression. Activities, for one reason or another, they are hesitant to share with their photo buddies.
I’ve learned this over the years during casual conversations at workshops and conferences. And many times I’ve been impressed with the revelations.
So why not get this out on the table!
This week’s newsletter is dedicated to the secret (artistic) lives of photographers.
You can keep it anonymous by simply voting in the polls. Or if you want to add more information (and even your website URL), please do via the comments section. I’ve divided the polls via general topics, so you can vote in more than one poll if it applies.
Let’s discover how multi-faceted talented this community really is.
(photographer, author, songwriter)
A Note of Gratitude
For those of you living in the U.S., Thursday is Thanksgiving.
I think about gratitude often. I’m so lucky to have work that I enjoy, family who cares about me, friends who encourage my efforts, enough to eat each day, comfortable shelter, and good health.
For me, everyday is Thanksgiving. And for those of you reading this newsletter and who support my work, my sincerest appreciation.
I’m lucky to have you in my life.
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Musically I am primarily and organist and pianist, but six years ago, at age 50, decided to teach myself bass guitar just to learn something new. For my full time work, I am a technical writer, but also enjoy some casual writing and blogging for fun.
I am furniture maker (22 pieces in our home) and wood turner of both open and closed form vessels.