Kim Huebner &
I find beauty in the big and small, new and old, fresh and falling apart and I want to share it. I’m Kim and RandomIsh Photography is a little glimpse of how I see the world around me.
There is so much in the world we miss because we are simply not looking up, or down, or sideways. I travel with my trusty camera and try to capture the things I encounter from unique perspectives. Life doesn't need to be edited to be beautiful, or sad, or mysterious, or quirky, or anything else for that matter, so I avoid post-production whenever possible (occasionally a little cropping is necessary to mimic the eye’s focus). I want you to see what I saw, so we can experience the moment together even if we are worlds and years apart from where and when it happened.
The RandomIsh collection reflects my passion for travel. Taken from locations far and wide, each image has a story. The photo comes first and then usually I have some sort of “ah-ha” moment which develops the right title connection -- usually a song lyric or quote or sometimes a pun (I really like puns).
I also have a passion for making the world we live in a better place -- to give back or pay it forward as much as I can. When you purchase a RandomIsh Photography piece, you help me make a difference: 5% of each sale will be donated to nonprofit organizations and causes that I support.
The stories of the photos and their titles can be found in my Etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/RandomIshPhotography. I am always happy to discuss all things RandomIsh, and I love making custom orders, so if you have any questions or would like me to make something unique for you, please feel free to e-mail me at RandomIshPhotography@gmail.com. Follow me on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/RandomIshPhotography for shop news, updates on charitable contributions, fun contests and well, random things.
I hope you take a moment today to see something from a different perspective and don’t forget… Life is random. Enjoy it!
My name is Emma Jean. 19 years of age , and thankful for the creative abundance at hand. My inspiration is pulled from a myriad of things, but love and freedom being the greatest muse. I use acrylic, watercolor, pen, wax, glitter....you name it. I hope you enjoy my art , as well as one of my favorite quotes : " He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist". Francis of Assisi