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TRACY SW EENEY 2nd Pl ace | Siblin g "Wi nter Won de r lan d" When did you start your photography business? I started my business in 2010 upon my move back to my hometown in New England. I was still working full-time (as a high-school English teacher), and like many new photographers, I struggled to balance a full-time job, caretaking for my then 2 year old son, and building my photography business. Shortly after, I became pregnant with my twin girls. It was while home on maternity leave the following summer that I made the paramount decision to pursue my photography business full time. What is your favorite part about this NAPCP winning image? I often dream images before taking them, and I had been in reverie over this image for a while. I love to embrace our four seasons, but New England is fickle. We can have snow in October, or may not have any until January, so I had no idea when my vision would come to fruition. I bought these gorgeous emerald coats and pill box hats for my girls the season before with the intention of photographing them in the snow. The first snowfall we had, I pounced. One of my favorite things about this image, all of my images, is being able to actualize my dream. But more importantly, it’s a picture of my identical twin girls, being them, just holding hands, adoring each other. Their kinship is evident, and the emotion, juxtaposed against the sparse chilled setting, warms me.

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