Photography as a profession is a struggle between making art and making money. The two seem to have little connection at times! Many photographers find themselves performing work that they don't enjoy, but so far I've managed to avoid that. In late winter and early spring (the 'slow' time of year) I like to design new projects and make plans for the year ahead. Last year, I worked on my second self-published book! The design work began with an idea I had while hiking toward the end of the previous fall, and ended in spring as I sent the finished file for printing.
Next on this list is my range of postcards! Instead of some generic images from a faceless corporation, you can now make your friends envious or keep a reminder by your desk with a selection of my images in classic postcard format. Send them or keep them!
After postcards, the next step was note cards. My original set was so popular that I sold everything I had well before the end of 2015! This year, I expanded the range to 10 all-new designs. Each card comes with an envelope and is blank inside, so you can use them for just about any occasion - from a thank you to Christmas greetings.
Brand new for 2016 (and a limited edition), my Lake City mug is a colorful and useful to your From The High Country collection. As with all of my products, I use the best supplier in the US that I can find, and always endeavor to give good value to my customers.
Finally, I'd like to share the latest in a line of successful calendars! Featuring a range of my images from around Lake City, Gunnison and Creede, this is a year-round reminder of the high country. This calendar sells out each year, so don't wait until December to get your copy.
Learn more here. Ready to buy? Send me an email or look for them at either Sage and Timber or San Juan Delights in Lake City. Looking for a print instead? Contact me and I'll be happy to help you find the perfect view and print format.