A little more than (yikes) 14 years ago I stepped into a job interview that was a little awkward, to say the least. I had applied for a position as photo editor of a couple of newspapers and didn’t get the job. Instead, the company called me back to be reinterviewed for a related position — by the person they hired over me as the editor.
When Anthologie started, the work focused on families and weddings. It was a steady train that kept chugging along, gaining momentum each year. I’ve had so many wonderful experiences, shared in meaningful stories and connected with inspiring people around the country. But after nearly 10 years, I was ready to refocus and evolve my work again.
Often times, simply choosing to have new portraits made can be a difficult undertaking. After all, we’re our own worst critics so having all of the attention on us — and worse yet, our face — doesn’t always sound like the definition of a good time. However, having a fresh profile photo or headshot can make a huge difference in how you’re perceived in the business world.
For many U.S. Veterans one of the most challenging aspects of transitioning from active military to civilian life is the loss of camaraderie among peers. There was no shortage of fellowship and smiles as the first Eagle Heroes Golf Tournament got underway at Crystal Lake Golf Course in Lakeville.
One of the best parts of my job is when I get to sort of vicariously live through a someone's project that speaks to me as a creative person. Stone masonry has always interested me, for many reasons, namely that it's the perfect blend of using one's imagination and artistry with manual labor.