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Featured Member Interview – Bridget Ivey

Bridget is a creator. She creates beautiful prose and poetry by crafting words to capture a moment or convey a thought. She creates stunning photos by finding the beauty in all her subjects whether she’s wielding her dSLR or her iPhone. You can find her words and many of her photos on her blog, The Ivey League. Bridget is also wife to Marshall and mom to four children (2 boys, 2 girls). She will be at BlissDom this month as a Community Leader for the Photography Niche.

O2O: “As a Community Leader, what do you hope to give to those you come into contact with during the conference?”

Bridget: “My hope is to share with others that they can take beautiful pictures, too! With only a few changes to what you’re already doing, you can have more beautiful pictures (and you don’t even have to have a fancy-pants camera)!”

Be sure to check out Bridget’s post, Photography Tips I Learned the Hard Way, where she shares several of those changes you can make to get better photos!

I’m known forstaying busy and taking pictures of everything

I’m working onexpanding my photography business and learning more about business and marketing

10 years from nowmy children will be 11, 13, 15, and 17. Oof. I’ll probably be in the car shuttling them to and from activities.

I’m currently addicted toinstagram. (@IveyLeagueMama)

I find joyin the little things – like coloring with my children or holding hands with my husband or playing a game with family and friends.

My secret ambitionis a secret. Although it may or may not involve words and images.

I can’t do withoutsupport from my family, especially my husband. (Dang it, I’m gettin’ all mushy.)

I’m most creativeafter midnight.

I admiremy mama. She is wise and funny and kind.

When I grow upI want to be Mary Poppins.

PC or Mac? I’m a Mac wanna be.

iPhone or Droid? iPhone

Coffee or Tea? Tea

Peanut butter – crunchy or smooth? Smooth…unless I’m making pb cookies.

Three words my friends would use to describe me are: engaging, artsy, vivacious

Where to find Bridget on the Internet:
Blog
Twitter
Facebook
Google+
Flickr
Pinterest

2 Comments

  1. Oh, Malia. You made me tear up. Love O2O and all the O2O ladies so much!

  2. Yay, Bridget!

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