A thought on art and business
I have been shooting photos since I was about eight. I majored in Silk Screen in a NYC public high school, learned to letter by hand using Higgins Black Magic (liquid) Ink and Speedball Nibs. I took a wood engraving class with John DePol at Bowne & Co. Stationers at South Street Seaport Museum (where I bought my first calligraphy kit.)
Life, of course, got in the way. I sold books at Scribner’s on Fifth Avenue, and at the Waldenbooks’ flagship store in the Wall Street area. I’ve worked as a receptionist, a general administrative assistant, a Realtor (yep, paid my national dues, which entitled me to use “Realtor”), and most recently, as a bookkeeper at a 700-unit apartment complex.
I still shot pictures, I still drew, I still crafted.
But I like systems and procedures, and utilize them when I can.
What you see above is how I run
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