Well hello to the world of Dreamstime! So this is my first blog post on here, not too sure what I am doing on dreamstime, there seems just so much compared to other sites!
So I guess you want to know a little about me? Here it goes... I am a 22 year old (23 soon to be) who has been a Warrior of CFS/M.E for many years. My full time job is a carer for my mother who is a Fibro Warrior… I don’t do the whole tea and sympathy thing!Get up and get on with it as best I can! I have had a passion for photography since I could walk and have studied the subject for many years. I now have multiple qualifications in the subject and have become a stock photographer (a convenient way to get my creativity out there for a full time carer at home). I found dreamstime not too long ago and have started uploading some of my images, see how it goes! It really excites me to think that someone out there may use one of my images for whatever it may be! How wonderful to know that someone likes your work that so much time has gone into!!
I have always loved videography and animation and have too studied them earning qualifications and so much knowledge. Right now at this moment I am in the middle of turning my first script into an animation, hopefully the first of many to come.
I also love creating vector illustrations when I get the time, I do find it very relaxing, my version of the colouring therapy that seems so popular I suppose.
I also have a gorgeous kitten called Dolly Daydream or Dolly Catzilla when filming he he! She is already uploaded to my portfolio on here, you never know she could be the star of the show one day...she soooo wishes!!
So that is pretty much me, any questions just ask (if you can, not sure how this blog works he he) It is very lovely to meet you all and I look forward to the world of Dreamstime!
Photo credits: Ladybillie.
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