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March 15, 2009

I’m a big believer in honing the skills and continuing to learn on a regular basis. And I make it a personal rule to take one major photography workshop each year. This is important for me and my business.

I know for sure that I have so much to learn in photography and I always will. And I’m glad! Because that means that I get to hang out with amazing people – like the instructors and fellow photographers I met in Phoenix Arizona recently.


Michelle and I went down to the desert to gain some new skills for ourselves and Ruby joon.

Here’s how it went:

We were more than honored to learn from and hang with Richard and Amy from Redleaf Studios. They are so incredibly full of knowledge and so willing to share it!


Along with Redleaf, some incredible instructors: Mark Stein; Terry McKaig and Anastasia Chomlack.

And some images from the weekend!




I have so, so many more, but I will leave it here. I can’t stress enough how important these workshops are to me – to hang with 40 other incredibly talented photographers fills me with inspiration. To become a better photographer, a better business woman, a better artist, and the very best I can be for my clients.

Thank you Phoenix! xo

2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 17, 2009 10:40 pm

    oh gosh it was so fun. i keep coming back to look at your post! i can’t wait until next year when we pick our next great ruby adventure! that shadow shot is a killer!!

  2. justmetoyou permalink
    March 31, 2009 9:44 pm

    OH… how’d I miss this? Loved that we got to do Phoenix together… and love that we’re going to talk Mac shop with our secret or not-so-secret crush sometime soon. :) Hope you are well and love the images!

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