I am I.

I am Meredith Winn, a freelance writer and photographer. find me online at twitter and instagram as @camerashymomma

I contribute regularly to Shutter Sisters. I contribute to Taproot Magazine. If you are interested, you can license my photography through Getty Images

I also support JPG Magazine although i'm a slacker with uploading.

My photography has been on exhibit, published, and won various awards.

You can find my writing published in various magazines like HipMama, Motherverse, MindfulMama, Literary Mama, Mamazine, CafeMom, and Midwifery Today

“Our battered suitcases were piled on the sidewalk again; we had longer ways to go.
But no matter, the road is life.” - Jack Kerouac

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    kristin~mainemomma says:

    "meredith where to begin?
    your art is so true and honest and sometimes raw. these qualities pierce through the screen. you make me feel. you inspire me as a momma and woman and photographer. i am blessed to now call you friend."

    May 8th, 2010

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    shoothead says:

    "I feel honored to be let into "camera shy momma's" life through her photographs, for two reasons. Firstly, and of lesser importance is the photography. It's good. Real good. Secondly though, is really the reason why the photography is good. The photos are...real. They are alive, I get the sense that I'm not looking at a photograph but of a live motion picture, with narrative, and it's like watching a movie you don't want to end. You forget there are writers and production assistants and directors.

    I am always searching for what makes good photography, and I can never put it into words, but when I visit this photostream I know what good photography is."

    June 1st, 2009

Meredith Winn
November 2006
I am:
the spirit of the river