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Hey guys I'm honored to let you know that the great Nick Sorensen @nickspud will be interviewing me for the next #igtalk session coming up. So I need your help. Please ask me anything, yes ANYTHING you've ever wanted to know. Nick will choose 3-4 questions from this post to be included on the next #igtalk featuring me. Thanks friends! // instagramtalk.com // photo by @kylesteed

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The first step on the path to doing the kind of work I’m passionate about is finding the kind of clients I want to work with. However, that can be a tiresome process that I usually don’t have time for.
I’ve always dreamed of working for myself or doing more freelance, and recently, I’ve found myself in a position of moving away from a full-time day job but didn’t know how to get to that point. So far, @fiverr, has been the missing link I never knew existed.

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Recent work for @haxtonroadstudios -
Gonna be sharing more misc work / portraits etc on here moving forward.
Reflecting on how beauty comes out of loss and change today —the team I was on as a Sr Designer for an agency for the last 3 yrs was recently let go—with a wife and kids, it’s easy to seek financial comfort—but even still, I have a peace and hope about what the future holds—like new growth after a wildfire.
As a creative by nature and profession, it's sometimes hard to see the most liberating opportunities and I am instead restricted to those that match neither my vision nor dedication. @Fiverr has opened my sphere of influence to serious, successful businesses who look for and respect the kind of work I am passionate about creating.

#FiverrPro offers high-quality, hand-vetted sellers of professional services. Get all your serious business needs #MadeOnFiverr. #ad
Looking out across Jackson Lake, Grand Teton Nat'l Park, WY
Looking up from the foot of Grand Teton peak (13,776 ft)