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When the Working Creatives approached me to answer some questions about what its like to side-hustle a photography business into the process of becoming a full-fledged small business, I was honored. And curious what they might ask! I’m all about community over competition and lending my experience to others as they pursue their dreams.

In this interview I talk about the jobs I had that weren’t my passion, what’s my favorite lens, and how I deal with self doubt.

I decided to be brutally honest and keep it real.

An excerpt:

If any, what kind of jobs did you have before your career took off?
Such a variety, and they all taught me skills that I carry into my current work. I used to be a janitor for a military training base, 100 urinals were mine for the cleaning at 4:30 am! That taught me how to sometimes you have to wake up early and hustle. I was a freelance typesetter for Spanish books for almost a decade. This wasn’t my passion but it helped fund things that were. It taught me to have an almost obnoxious attention to detail. I worked at a veterinary practice which was how I paid off debt really early in my life. That taught me one of the best life lessons: that debt stings, limits your options, and feels like cleaning up dog poo to get out of. So I never incurred a penny of it since. 

Read the full interview here.

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