40 something (OK, 50) IT Project Manager with husband, two brilliant kids, getting the writing and the photography going again, and maybe even "getting the band back together"

Did you know that St. Veronica is the Patron Saint of photographers?

V'ron. Get yours at bighugelabs.com/flickr

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Photos of V'ron (5)

  • IMG_5822 by aeroslipton
  • Bridge with Carnival Lights by Stefano.Minella
  • peeps I by sbug
  • Band of Seven by sbug
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    Pete Prodoehl says:

    "When I think of V'ron, I think of band photography... but maybe that's just because she has been in bands, and so have I, and we have that in common. But anyway, she's also a longtime Cream City photographer, and while I'm no "Cream City Photog" she is one of them. Oh, and, if you look through her stream (hmmm, does that sound weird?) you'll see that she is a supporter of Creative Commons, which makes me giddy like a child with chocolate. If your band is playing a show (or needs a web site!) you'd be smart to give her a call..."

    May 15th, 2009

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    lollophoto says:

    "I had the pleasure of exhibiting with V'ron, and if it weren't for her, the event never would have happened. As a digital photographer, she inspires me with her film work. Seeing her play with her new digital camera is fun too. She has talent for miles and the drive and guts to back it up. She's a dame in the best sense of the word. Thanks, V'ron."

    July 21st, 2007

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    _abroad says:

    "V'ron rocks. Both literally and also with her band and R&R bathroom shots."

    April 15th, 2007

August 2006
Milwaukee WI
Milwaukee WI, USA
I am:
IT Project Manager/Freelance Writer-Photojournalist
The Sixth Station