Update: January 30, '06.
Woo! Long time since I updated this little profile. Alot has changed.
Now working full time as me own boss, doing all sorts of photography for people who actually pay me to do it. Feels nice. :) About to launch a new wedding website, check the above link soon if you are interested in seeing the thing! The portraits section will get a similar overhaul.
Had a recent terrible scare with skin cancer, which landed me much in debt and struggling to make it work. If you've ever thought about buying a print from little ol' me, now is definitely the time to do so.
Not around here that much anymore, haven't the time to devote, mostly. Keep on truckin!
Update: April 3, '04.
Finishing up the last of my images from Myanmar. Many of them can be seen here, if you'd like a wander in a far away place.
Lots of good business lately - two weddings last month, and two more tentatives in September. Have sold some work and finished my print portfolio. Recently donated a piece to a local nonprofit silent auction, and the bidding is up to $450, which makes me feel quite delicious (specially cause I get 50%). All healed up from my injuries in Thailand, though nice n scarred. Carry on!
Update: December 14, '04.
Newly returned from Myanmar and Thailand a bit the worse for wear, with a couple broken ribs and some ugly bruising from a motorbike crash on the road to Pai, Thailand. Results of the trip soon, mostly on my website, www.saraheinrichsphotography.com. Trip goodies on my blog. Back in the swing of things soon soon soon!
I live on the central coast of lovely California, and simply drink it in every morning, content as a donkey in a clover field. Still searching for my niche, but delightedly exploring all sorts of things in the meantime. Learning every day, and this place has been a boon. I like to think that my improvement in the last year is evidenced in these pages, as I haven't been doing this for very long. It sure feeds my soul, however, and is something I can imagine doing for a long long time.
Why am I here? Photosig keeps my ego in check by showing me some swollen ones, yet reminds me of how far I have come. Sometimes inspiring, sometimes infuriating, always interesting. Backing off the "social" scene here - don't enjoy the politics or the trolls - but still passing by from time to time. Photosig can be rather addictive, and easy to take too seriously, or too much to heart. There is a balance to be achieved between not caring anymore and getting all balled up in the politics of the site (inevitable with any group like this, I think) but I never fail to enjoy myself when here.
Don't hesitate to ask me anything, or tell me anything from within these pages. Believe that if I leave red thumbs on your work, it is never personal, and always as honest as I know how to be. Believe that about the green ones too... and above all, have fun here. :)
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