If I could just title this entry with !!!!! tons of exclamation points I would !!!!!!
My professional photography friends understand what a complete honor this is and I by no means am taking any of this moment for granted. I am incredibly humbled, excited, honored, pleased, thrilled, overwhelmed, overjoyed, and every other emotion I can think of about this news. So bear with the giggling freak that I am and please join in my excitement at this news:
The article is in print only currently but here are shots of the magazine. (and in a clichéd statement uttered by EVERY portrait photographer when they are forced to photograph a non-moving object I will state: “I am not a product photographer, please bear with me.” 🙂 )
I was stunned when I got the news that *my* work was going to be on the cover of Rangefinder. I am honestly humbled beyond words that the editors believed in my work enough to place it on the cover. HUGE. Huge news. I want to take this opportunity to thank all my clients for their support and my blog readers for their interest but mostly to my family-because without family there would be no Marmalade.
Now please excuse me so I can continue running around being a freak about this amazing leg in my life’s journey.
That one of your girls is one of the images that made me fall in love with you the first time I laid eyes on your work. STILL sad the spot is no more. A little piece of heaven it was. I am so proud and happy for you. I continue to look up to you and feel inspired by your essence. You are a gem!!!!
Leila, you too are a gem and I thank you so much for thinking so highly of me and my work. I truly appreciate your words and have loved getting to know you since the workshop and on “that” social network. You are such an amazing lady as well.
Congratulations!!! I can imagine your excitement, that is an incredible honor and amazing opportunity. <3
Hi! I found my way to your site and blog through Rangefinder and I had to blog about you! Congrats! Your work deserves it!
Congrats! I just received my issue today. So well deserved. I am always in awe of all of your images. Mary Anne (your mentee from last Sept)