Overall, my world is a big ball of photographic, voiceover and content creational fun.
Think of it as; Lenses and Light - meet Microphones, Words and Sound.
Don't look so surprised! They play really well together.
They each share a particular point of view. Tell stories. Express a unique 'signature'. A Voice. What's not to love?
Photography is why I breathe, baby. That's lifelong, undying love and passion. It's all about: Connection. Inspiration. Story. Humor. And Beauty. Who couldn't do with more beauty in the world? I love photographers because they wear their heart on their sleeve and it lives in their work. Their breathtaking world view. Their intensely personal story... the one that we just HAVE to tell or our hearts will simply burst from the withholding of it.
In it, I chat with creatives; successful artists, photographers, musicians, singers, creative business folks... all of whom are uniquely engaged in "living life as an artist: or better yet, living their life as if it were their art."
global. Over the years, hundreds of commercials, narrations and announcements for planes, trains, automobiles, television and radio… and for fabulous apps like MotionX-GPS Drive. (Cougar anyone?
) Or apps on your iPad helping you to dream, adventure and plan your next travels, like Stuck on Earth
, created by Trey Ratcliff
. I'm the voice of the guide over there.
The way I see it, our individual signature - our point of view or 'voice' - connects us. Is our heart speaking, through everything we do. After all, as my mother used to say "You can't hide who you really are." Wise woman.
My first eBook
is called I/WE: Scenes From the Big Picture.
It's geared toward that childlike desire we all have to soak in pretty pictures and a good (very short) story.
So, welcome to my world.
Over here we love to capture, shoot, chase, wait for, plan for and generally live in (and for) - light.
And with a little light, don't you know... anything is possible.
"The industrial age is ending, and a new one is beginning. It produces art instead of stuff and it rewards gracefulness.
...the future belongs to the breathtaking."
--- Seth Godin