Occasionally, I’ll refer to my IT staff in a blog post. Nearly 20 years ago, I married this brilliant tech guy/photographer/musician. Aaron may do more photography than tech work these days, but he’s still my go-to whenever my computer, e-mail, or blog starts doing something weird. He’s the one who told me, “We can get you your own domain,” and then helped me move everything from a free blog to my current home on the internet.
I did mention the photography! You should see his night sky and 360 Pano work. Seriously, I have some of it hanging on my walls, and it’s not just because I love the guy so much. 😉 You can visit his site an browse his portfolio by clicking the logo below.
Aaron has some of his work featured at VAST, has been a speaker at IVRPA’s annual conference, had articles and photos shared by sites such as Photography Life, F-Stoppers, Peta Pixel, Space.com, and many others.
It’s not easy being self-employed, and it’s definitely not easy to be self employed in a creative field. It’s been an adventure, and sometimes a rough road. I’ve watched Aaron pour more hard work and determination into what he does than most people would be willing to. When they say that talent alone isn’t enough, they’re right! The long hours, traveling, and sacrifices made aren’t always easy or fun to deal with, but I’m proud of Aaron for not giving up, and for everything he’s accomplished because he didn’t!