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A New Perspective

I have been doing photography for over 15 years and been a professional photographer for three years. I have shot beach portraits, weddings to nature, wildlife and landscapes.

I have taken photos all kinds of wildlife from bald eagles to alligators to dolphins to mountain lions. I have traveled to Yosemite National Park while I was still using my film camera and shot over 9 roles of film in 2.5 days. I grew up 45 minutes from Washington DC and I love to travel to DC whenever I get the chance. This past February I was up in DC and took photos of all the monuments with almost a foot of snow on the ground. And I was finally able to get good night shots of the different monuments.

But it has only been about a month since my life took on a very different turn. About four weeks ago, along with my mother who is a social media specialist, I am doing social media for a candidate for US Congress SC 1st District seat campaign. What started out just doing social media has now broadened into also doing photography and videography for the campaign. I have gone from not knowing anyone and no one knowing me to being on a first name basis with most of the congressional candidates and with some of the other candidates as well. It has been an experience especially since it has only been the last few years that I had interest in politics and it has only been the last few months that I have even thought of getting involved with the campaigns. What is going on right now in Washington scares the living daylights out of me. I have no doubts that our current president is out to destroy this great country and that is why I am doing all that I can do to see that that doesn’t happen. There are eight Republican candidates running for SC 1st District Congressional seat and overall, it is a good group of people.

I am still doing other kinds of photography like beach portrait sessions and on occasion if I have the time I head down to Brookgreen Gardens and Huntington Beach State Park to take photos of the wildlife.


April 27, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , ,

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