About

Hi, it’s me.  Andrea Corradini.  AC.  i have a ton of passion for photography, but am a complete amateur.  HOWever… i do think i have a gift for seeing more than is what in front of me, so i started a blog for my friends (and maybe fans?) who could use some quick “self taught” tips on making a photo amazing to post on your facebook page, email, or even Christmas card!

There is always a camera in my hand.

My favorite things to photograph?  My daughter, trees (Aspens in particular) and random bits of amazement i see every damn day.  I think i also tell some pretty good stories – so it’s amusing to see if i can wrap it all together. Sometimes i succeed, sometimes i fall on my ass.  it’s good, either way.

If you want to get my blog, first of all THANK YOU, and secondly, the easiest way to do that is to like me on Facebook, and i’ll like ya back (it’s a veritable “win-win”).

thanks for reading!!!

AC

3 Responses to About

  1. Marie says:

    Hi Andrea. I just discovered you through a friend who used to work at Nike. I love your blog, and I just linked to your Pride Day post on one of my own blogs: http://marie-everydaymiracle.blogspot.com/. Looks like we missed a great parade this year.

    Your photos are gorgeous–maybe I will learn a thing or two from you!

  2. Kelly says:

    That was unreal. Thanks for exposing. I too have girls. They already struggle. I forwarded your post to a friend of mine at UVA. She happens to be a high ranking prof at the womens center at UVA. They are so busted.

  3. LC says:

    Hey Andrea,

    I had put a link to your article about the DG email on my UVa Blog only to find that the post has disappeared! I just want to know why you decided to take it down. As an active UVa student blogger and a feminist I feel like that was one of the most important things I’ve put on my blog. We need to point out the social shortcomings of hate language and it should not be condoned by any organization or group of people – which was the main reason that I put your post on my blog. I would like to host your writing again, and I would love to read what your sister Katie wrote in response to the songs.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s