In all their volunteering glory, bringing you stories of inspiration, from their hearts to yours – we present to you, our staff.
It’s been many years since I’ve actually held a journalism position- and that was in high school.
Getting back to writing and photographing for fun will be a welcome return to a form of expression that I enjoy.
Full-Time Documentary/Portrait/Wedding Photographer and Inspirational Author/Educator,
currently Majoring in Sociology at American Public University.
The things I often catch myself repeating in this life are:
“Truth always reveals itself.” ”Suffering is optional.” & ”Simplicity is beauty.”
Originally from Ohio, Hannah is currently a high-school English (often pronounced “English-ee”) teacher in Korea.
She adores photography, knitting, and semi-colons.
Although she enjoys learning and teaching in a traditional classroom setting,
she believes that the most useful lessons come from the most unexpected places.
“I arise in the morning torn between a desire to change the world & a desire to enjoy the world. this makes it hard to plan the day.”
Housekeeping, day care teacher, cook, waitress, computer operator, laundry lady, janitor,
facilities manager, van driver, CEO, psychologist, television critic, referee, alarm clock, maintenance,
banker,art teacher, hair stylist, dental hygienist, and nurse.
Rachel Lauren is a published fine art and freelance photographer specializing in canines.
Not limiting herself to just photographing the family dog, Rachel regularly works with other canids such as wolves, foxes and dingoes.
As a Professional Member of HeartsSpeak.org, she also photographs shelter animals to find them homes,
as well as other volunteer work to raise awareness for homeless pets.
In her free time, she studies canine nutrition, behavior and evolution.
Her life has truly ‘gone to the dogs’.
Lori Law’s career as a writer began inauspiciously in intractable Mrs. Fineran’s second grade classroom weaving her spelling words into droll parables marginally esteemed by her fellow 7 year old classmates. Inexorable, she persisted throughout a varied career path with discordant resume` listings as a part time shoe department manager, portrait photographer, full time mom, and nurse and stained glass artist before capturing the attention of local newspaper leadership with her unsolicited editorial submissions. As a freelance newspaper correspondent, contributor to the online magazine, In TheFray, her sporadically tended blog, www.ynotbe.blogspot.com, and with her weekly column appearing in the Zanesville Times Recorder and the Coshocton Tribune, Law supports her unfortunate shoe addiction covering county fairs, bake sales, car shows and festivals, as well as the occasional evocative human interest pieces. Law has been equally prolific and destructive in producing her long awaited first novel. Best known as “that funny girl in the Sunday paper”, Law is currently compiling a collection of her musings, tentatively titled “Inklings”, for publication and is putting the finishing touches on “Darby’s Song” a collaborative eBook detailing the experiences of three of the toughest cookies ever encountered, Darby, a 9 year old kidney transplant recipient, her mother, Jacqueline and Lori G., who gave Darby the gift of life through her donated kidney.
I Am a daughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, cousin, aunt, friend and fiancé.
I Strive to make people smile.
I Believe that everyone has the ability to be great.
Hoping to leave this world having inspired a little more love in it than when I arrived.
The SEE Staff