In 2012, everything that could go wrong did go wrong.
I had a breakup. My business failed. I had to file bankruptcy. On top of all of that, I was diagnosed with cancer.
And because my business had failed, I didn’t have insurance and the Affordable Care Act didn’t exist.
I was lucky to find resources and was eventually able to qualify for a program, but it meant postponing treatment for three months.
It was a humbling experience.
It taught me that you can always make more money, but you can never create more time.
The silver lining, it solidified my love of photography.
In my hospital room, my wall was covered with the pictures of people who gave me love and helped keep my spirits flying.
Around that same time, I won a social media award from the Austin American-Statesman, and that same year I launched, wrote, edited, and published a magazine that ran for four years.
My unique approach is to talk to people and listen – really listen.
I’m expert at this.
Two things really excite me.
The first – sharing.
The second – creating.
I love sharing other people’s ideas and passions and working with them to create new ways of getting those messages out to the public.
Over the years I’ve worked in a variety of fields, but my sweet spot is working with clients to help them tell their story through their websites, blogs, or other communications.
Everyone wants to be heard and there are plenty of places to broadcast your message, but if it’s not focused and tailored then it’s just noise.
I help my clients get laser focused on what it is they want to share and then I help them craft those messages.
The final product – We present the you that you really are.
See my current and past clients here.