For my first post, I really wanted to write something clever, something great, something awe-inspiring … . But that’s the problem with most beginnings: They never get out of the gate. There’s way too much pressure to be sensational. Take jockeys for example. They might be focused on the race ahead, the turn of the track and the finish line, but the horse just wants to run. So, while I am fully aware that I need to be the jockey, I am excellent at being the horse — and getting out of the gate. Please enjoy my musings, both personal and business related, and if you find yourself in need of a copywriter, give me a call. I promise I’ll get back to you after a nice bucket of oats.
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About Susan Goddard
Officially, Susan Goddard Photography creates dryer-fresh advertising, corporate and editorial imagery for advertising agencies, design firms, magazines, and corporations, both public and private.
Unofficially, I've lived in the USA for 30+ years after narrowly escaping a rainy future in England. I can discuss American politics but not English ones, unless you count the politics of the school playground. I love chess. I've won one lottery (although there was no cash involved, just an elusive Green Card). I play six-degrees-of-separation for fun and find that in Denver, it's usually only two or three degrees (even if it's the President or a Hollywood movie star and sometimes it's one and the same). I have seen one low-flying, UFO in broad daylight. I am completely in love with my dog, Bodhi, who lives up to his name in every way (a being of wisdom and enlightenment). I am bummed (how's that for eloquence) that neither DaVinci or Einstein are still anchored to Terra Firma because I'd love to meet them, sit around a fountain somewhere (hopefully with an Americano in hand) and ask them what their take is on "Life, The Universe and Everything"... (Thank you Douglas Adams.) I love "Game of Thrones", "Homeland" and all things "Shameless". And I love being in the business of photography.