March 28, 2012 jennyrain

After the Fix 2 | The Fix Mix Part II

Part two of the most fun weekend ever! Click here for part one.

The opportunity to learn and bond with other local photographers, for me, has been priceless.

Worth the cost of any class, or gear, or training.

I believe there is a misnomer in the photography industry that we somehow are not supposed to network and encourage each other – which is why there is so much of a competitive spirit. I’m glad that the crew of us are showing Northern Virginia that things can be different in our photography industry. Things can be better. We can be better… because together we can accomplish so much more than we can alone.

What are you doing to change the industry, organization, or relationship that you are in for the better?

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I break things and trip a lot. I like to chase things like dreams, goals, ideas, and raindrops. I create things with words. Writing has been an outlet since I first discovered the magic empty space of a journal. Words dance around in my brain and often land amidst scraps of paper, find their way into journals, or etch themselves into blinking pixels. I hope my words fall like rain on tender souls in need of refreshing. Finding photos in random moments helps me share stories. During a trip to Africa the perfect trifecta of my first DSLR, mission trip, and dream-location happened and my love of photography became a reality. I'm currently writing my first book, "Will They Laugh if I Call You Daddy: Growing up with 2 Dads in an Evangelical World," I'm a board member for One Million Kids, and I believe that every kid of an LGBT parent should have an opportunity to #ChangeTheConversation with their story. My bio remains in process because I am.

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  1. AMEN!  I’m with you 100% – we are better together and I adore hanging with you so often now!!!!!  Can’t wait for our next workshop.  OK, I’m actually really EXCITED but shhhhhh!  he he he!

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