Hi. I'm Heather
Photographer || Mentor || Adventurer
A Parallax Life
Hey there! Parallax Life is my metaphor for life. Our hopes, our dreams, our passions… nothing turns out the way we expect or feel as satisfying as we hope.
Since I was 13, I’ve been a photographer and yet, I got so burned out as a wedding photographer that I needed a break. In 2016, I took 7 weeks off the grid to travel around Africa and since then, I’ve streamlined my business so that I now work remotely from wherever I want.
I’m passionate about empowering photographers on running a profitable photography business through selling products and showing others how to use personal and business spending to travel the world.
Don’t wait for “some day” to create your ideal life and business. Do it now.
"Not all those who wander are lost." ~ J.r.R. Tolkien
I’m a nomadic business mentor for creatives who struggle to sell products. They know they need to value their time and work by offering products but worry customers only want digital files. I help them confidently attract the right clients so they can increase their sales.
Everyone claims they want to travel more, but they don’t have the time or money to do their big bucket-list trip. You don’t have to wait for “one day.” With the power of points and miles, one day can be today.
I help people just like you learn to travel hack their way around the world using everyday spending and I share my own adventures right here on the blog.
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