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What a night!

December 11, 2017

This past Saturday night we were able to celebrate with another gallery showing for another winner, artist/photographer and member of KelbyOneSteve Wallace. Steve is an anesthesiologist, a lawyer, a talented photographer (with a goal), and KelbyOne member. His magical Myanmar images and artist’s talk delighted everyone that attended and watched around the world. His photography inspired us to want to engage with other cultures in a more subtle and human way, and his talk was fascinating, fun and thoughtful. If you missed it, you can watch it at this KelbyOne link. I’d like to thank Steve (right), his lovely wife, Becky (left) and all the members who showed up to The Gallery at KelbyOne and made the night so special.


Steve during his talk with Larry Becker as he answered questions from the live web audience.


Steve explains how he manages that magical light.

Who wants to be this cool? Everyone! Meredith Duffin was calling the shots in the control room and making it look easy.

I’d also like to thank the KelbyOne team because I don’t think there is a person in the building who doesn’t touch this effort in some way and I’m grateful for them as well. From individuals like Viktor Garcia (my right-hand man when it comes to the gallery) to Pam Suttmiller in accounting (who helps create a beautiful wine and cheese presentation) to our excellent video, marketing, graphics, and web teams. Heck, even our editors are tweeting about it! Haha! Everyone has a hand in it, and that’s not even counting the selection and judging process (loads of help coordinating all of that from Mr. Erik Kuna) to arranging the travel and accommodations for all the winners (thank you, Jeanne Jilleba). So many hands on so many things and I’m so very grateful—thank you.

We gathered, we celebrated, and we promised that we’d all do it again. I like that about us.

Kalebra

 

 

 

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Thanks for the help, Maggie.

November 17, 2017

My little Maggers was kind enough to model for my first iPhone X shot. Good job, Maggie—now let’s get you a treat! ☺️

Have a great weekend, everyone!

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The Personal Side of Trey Ratcliff

November 15, 2017

A conversation with Trey Ratcliff is this magical mixture of wonder, whimsy, and peacefulness. He has the gift of ponder—I like that about him. The only downside to getting to talk with Trey is that the conversation will eventually have to end. If you have the time, I encourage you to give “The Personal Side of Trey Ratcliff” a listen. One of my favorite interviews—I’m still trying to figure out how the atmosphere in the room was so zen-like when there was an actual hurricane (Irma) only hours from making landfall. Trey is a fascinating person and shares about everything from photography, his philosophy on life, to life in New Zealand with his family and family of bees. Well, how else would you make your honey?

To learn more about Trey and everything he’s doing visit stuckincustoms.com

Happy Wednesday!

Kalebra

Featured, Moments, Nature

A best friend…

October 13, 2017

A best friend is someone who lets you venture out or someone who lets you stay close to the shore. Whichever friend you are there is no judgment in love—you just need to stand together in life’s current. I like that about best friends. 💛

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Through the woods…

October 5, 2017

Adventure, strength, darkness, light and to grandmother’s house, we go! Everything to love about the woods. 🌲

Happy Thankful Thursday, everyone. 💛

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The Personal Side of Tim Wallace

September 22, 2017

I wasn’t expecting to be doing an interview series, it wasn’t on my radar (or I doubt anyone else’s in the building) but a few month’s ago Mike Kubeisy called my husband and said he thought we ought to start an interview series that focused more on the photographer’s and instructor’s personal side but the surprise suggestion he threw in at the end of the conversation was that he thought I should be the one to do it. I think my husband said something along the lines of, “There’s no way she’ll say yes.” Hahaha! My husband’s response made total sense because it did take him five years to get me to record an iPhone class, but for some reason, the thought of just sitting with someone and listening to them tell their stories hit me just right at just the right time, and I said, “Yes.” We picked my husband up off the floor, and “The Personal Side” series was off and running.

Yesterday we released The Personal Side of Tim Wallace and if there is any way you can go and watch this interview I ask that you do just that. During Tim’s interview I had to remind myself to breathe. His story is beautiful, inspiring, humbling and in the end, quite obvious that Tim is Batman. (I’m only half kidding.) It was my great pleasure and honor to be there and to be a part of this interview. I am grateful for how much he shared with all of us. Thank you, Tim. (aka, Batman)