Monthly Archives August 2011

A good portion of my clients are women – and as a photographer, I have found it helpful to figure out what makes each woman tick in order to reach out to your clients and take better photos with an authentic connection. Michele Miller, founder and editor of Wonderbranding, a wonderful resource for marketing to […]

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As an artist, one of the greatest marvels I have ever seen is the Angkor Wat bas-relief gallery. Erected and completed in the 1100s, it’s miraculous that you can still see the details and the exquisite and extensive craftwork that depicts stories of heaven and hell, and of the many battles between good and evil. […]

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Join me, Ibarionex Perello, Scott Eccleston and Andrey Tochilin as we grill Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski about their new iPad digital magazine. Light It made it into the Top 25 of Apple’s “Top Charts” for free iPad Apps on Day 1. Congrats, Kelby team! For more on the premiere issue of Light It, read […]

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Truly inspiring photographers go above and beyond their art to capture the human condition – as well as use their art to influence change. Tyler Stableford, named one of the World’s Greatest Adventure Photographers” by Men’s Journal, is one of the most inspiring and giving artists I know. The multi-award-winning Aspen adventure photographer and cinematographer […]

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When Nancy Masse of Kelby Media Group shot me an email to personally invite me to a press conference, she basically got me at “Hello Catherine.” Getting an invitation from Scott Kelby is akin to a musician getting an invitation from Mick Jagger – Scott is that cool. The subject of the press conference? A […]

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