As you may have gathered, I take pictures and design websites. I love what I do, and I enjoy working with companies and individuals to create something that makes them smile, and that improves their lives and businesses.
I take my camera with me anytime I go somewhere new or interesting. I try to share my photos and experiences with anyone who is willing to view/listen.
When it comes to contract work: I don’t need to be right, I just want my clients to be happy. I am always exploring advancements in technology and design, and I love learning new skills.
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The Ocean's Power - Hillary Campbell - Web Designer | Photographer Los Angeles
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The Ocean’s Power

The ocean is a fantastic place to a lot of people; the sounds, the colors, the smells, the unknowns. For some, it can be peaceful; for others, overwhelming; for a lot of us, both. And with the love of the ocean comes great personal responsibility. I know this first hand from watching a friend — who, by her own accord, is a fantastic swimmer with excellent sea legs — get nearly swept up in its uncontrollable waves from beneath the surface. I, myself, have been full-body in the ocean twice. On one occasion, I was snorkeling with my fourth-grade class in Catalina; on the other occasion I jumped in with two friends and swam past the first break. Both were memorable; one was terrifying.

From the time I was very young I have been fascinated with the sea and all of the life beneath the surface. Sometimes I think that the fact that we, as humans, somewhat arrogantly believe that we rule this planet is slightly humorous to me, because we are so, so wrong; the ocean owns us when we bother to get in or near it. Oceans cover over 70% of the earth, and there is absolutely nothing — man, god, or machine — that can tell the ocean what to do or what not to do. It is truly a humbling place. Where the water meets the sand is perhaps the most humbling, too, because it changes all the time, often at a moment’s notice.

I have spent as much time as possible on the water or near it, and I have taken a lot of photographs of the sea and its surroundings. Here are just a few:

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Hillary C.

30-something. Aries. Angeleno, California-native. I love puppies, sushi, wine, rollercoasters, and karaoke. Hiking, biking, rollerblading, and general exploration are activities I enjoy. I am a photographer and web designer. Have passport; will travel.
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