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Jill Brown has over 15 years of experience in the field of photography. She has studied photography at Missouri State University and Maryville University, St. Louis. She spent time working on her personal fine art work for many years and in 2003 started her first wedding and portrait photography business in St. Louis, MO. Jill moved to Des Moines, IA in 2005 and has continued her wedding and portrait business along with her fine art photography. Jill currently has work displayed in and around the Des Moines area as well as work in personal collections around the world. Jill uses both medium format film cameras and digital formats to create her images. This is how the artist describes her work: “My work is a reflection of everyday life and places. I chose the medium of photography as a tool to capture the essence of the person or place. I create images to depict the subject as they are remembered in the mind. Not posed or unnatural, but as a window into the intimate world of the subject.” Jill Brown is a member of Professional Photographers of America.

Monday, April 11, 2011

My friend Becky

Let me tell you a little bit about my friend, Becky.  She lives in a round-house.  She lives in the country.  She has a couple of dogs.  She is a potter.  She is a very, very awesome potter!  Last Saturday was Willow Avenue Pottery's Grand Opening!  I was there all day long and had all kinds of fun taking photos and hanging out while Becky entertained the many, many customers who came.  It was a fun, fun day.  


I must say that if you LOVE pottery, then I insist that you go out to Becky's place and check out her awesome pots!  




























We listened to records all day - even this one.  :)











Becky's mama and Becky. 

4 comments:

Becky said...

Have I mentioned how awesome you are? Probably not enough yet.. you're awesome! :D Thank you so much for being here and taking all these wonderful photos! The interior shots that you put together are killer. I need a big print of the inside of the dome for the studio wall. :)

Oh, and the one of Magpie chillin' in the living room is so great. That's pretty much what she does most of the time. :)

Jill Brown said...

Awe, thanks Becky. I really enjoyed doing it. :)
That would be a lot of fun to see that panorama blown up BIG! :) WOOT!

Gary's third pottery blog said...

Oh WOW, the very best photo essay, thanks for sharing!

Jill Brown said...

Thanks Gary and you are so very welcome!