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New Adventures & Bittersweet Goodbyes

Most of you don’t know, but since I’ve started my photography journey 4 years ago… I’ve also juggled being a Mom, being a Wife, and… a full-time job as a Marketing Rep at First Community Title.  Well… it was a bittersweet hard decision, but I decided that family trumps, so I left my comfy secure job…. and took a big leap in faith to do photography full time in order to have more family time…. and Halloween was my last day.  I’m very excited about where this journey will go…. but the best part (other than more time for my favorite little princess) is not being held back with time restrictions on what I can do for my clients!  RAH!  So… what does this mean for you?  It means much faster editing turn around times (SWEET!!!), weekday discounts (more info to come!), new full high-resolution digital packages, new products, occasional special themed mini-sessions, and more!  Pretty awesome huh???

So if you’re not already following me on Facebook, please do so to stay up to date on the latest and greatest… check out my website…. and while you’re at my website, book a session to reassure me that I made the right decision!  LOL!

 

… and because every blog post needs a pic…  Here’s one from Halloween at a Church’s Fall Festival.

  • KerisNovember 2, 2012 - 10:19 pm

    Good for you and congratulations! I just did the same thing a few months ago so I know how you feel. Equal parts excited and terrified, I bet! It is definitely a transition but it is SO GREAT and SO WORTH IT. All the best to you! :)

  • Heather McCourtNovember 14, 2012 - 3:27 am

    I absolutely LOVE your work– artwork to be more accurate. Every time you post pics, I have to look through all of the proofs; I love it when I recognize the families, couples, and locations! I couldn’t think of anyone else that I would rather have do our family portraits and my son’s senior pictures than you.

    You are a remarkable woman, Kelly! It’s inspiring to see how much your business has grown in a short amount of time. How lucky can a girl get– you are able to do something you are so passionate about, and do so with such amazing talent, every day. You are proof that there are no limits to what you can achieve if you believe in yourself and your dream!

    ?Heather

  • Cooper StrangeNovember 17, 2012 - 9:14 pm

    I just saw some of your posts on Google+ and dropped by the website to look around a bit. Then, I read this. Making a living as a working photographer will not be easy, but it sure can be fulfilling. Work hard, but stay true to your self. Shoot from the gut, especially when you find yourself just shooting like everybody else. Best wishes on this new road.

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