I’m ready to share it: www.meetakwolff.com
It’s been a long process, I have to admit, but here it is. I see it but I do not believe it’s finally completed.
My main focus usually lies on my life with my family, my day job and my friends, but then there is another part of me that strives to achieve more, be creative and not be confined to the realms of daily life. My “hobby” has provided me with a gateway to an island just for me. I can shut out the world around me and sink into whatever it is I am doing, be it photography, writing or developing a new recipe. While both aspects of my life conflate into one, I realize that the goals I set for my hobby can only be achieved with tiny baby steps.
This year I set out a few goals and one of them was to get my photography portfolio out. The “hobby” began to inch into a bigger picture in my life as a few clients and editors planted the seed in my head. At first it was difficult for me to relate to the idea: “Me? A photography portfolio? As in like a real professional one? But only photographers have photography portfolios!”
It was sometime last year that I actually really got comfortable enough to consider myself as a photographer – as in – a photographer good enough to have her own portfolio!
You can now access the portfolio very easily from the top navigation bar under “photography portfolio”.
There are several people I really want to thank because even though my name is prominently displayed on portfolio there have been a few forces behind the scenes helping me with this feat.
Those Spice Sisters are always there when I need them.
Jamie – sweet Jamie, always there for me not just with her positive attitude but her endless praise. Together we worked on the texts, wording, re-wording and then scraping and starting from the beginning – with her utmost patience and perseverance I feel good about my About and Contact pages!
Ilva – without her kicks in my backside I presumably would have taken another year with this project. But she believed in me from the first moment. She was one of the biggest driving forces behind me working on this project to make it a reality - quickly. Her boundless belief in me, her sound advice and loyal friendship moved me so much.
Spice Power rocks! Thank you ladies. I often found myself in tears (like right now) when I thought of the unconditional love and support I have received from you all!
My two girlfriends here A.K. and Beate who push me to dream big dreams and are forever plugging me where ever they can. Thanks!
Of course I’d like to thank many of you because you might not know it but your comments and motivation keeps me going, making me believe in myself. Some of you have been with me on this space from the beginning and you know how I have developed. Did you ever think I would have my own portfolio when I first presented this post? I did not!
I also did not expect to become a person many turn to on the topic of photography and styling. But I have and to you, I just want to say: take another look at that post and the pictures. If I can do it you can too!
Shoot for the moon. If you miss you’ll still land in the stars!
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