Once upon a time I attended Marshall University for Art & Design. Then, against my parents’ better judgement, I decided to take a break from school. That break accidentally turned into a few years. During that time I moved across the country to Houston, learned from a few mistakes, and found an entirely new appreciation for art and design after waiting tables to make ends meet.
In the midst of all of that, I started Sugar & Cloth in September of 2011. It blossomed into more than I ever imagined, and I finally took the (terrifying) leap to leave my day job in 2014. Now I have the privilege of getting to create and share content here with you as my full time job.
I also get to figure out work/life balance with my other half and resident photographer, Jared. He helps me sharpen my outstanding sense of humor by pretending to laugh at my jokes all day long. Oh, and we take many, many coffee and macaron breaks…
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This is definitely an understandable question. Since I get asked about it quite often, I decided to write a whole blog post breaking down all of the ways I make money from S&C, which you can read right here.
Lightroom for general editing, and Photoshop for collages and header images.
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