Something to Celebrate …


One thing I’ve come to realize over time is that I’m not particularly good at blowing my own horn. My background is in public relations, but it was always about promoting or celebrating someone else. One of the hardest things I’ve had to learn over the years is how to celebrate my own achievements. So, here goes …

We have a WINNIE!!

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EQUUS Film Festival 2018 WINNIE Award for
Best Equestrian Photo Journal
*Unsung Heroines of the Horse Industry*

A year ago I took a chance on my first gallery exhibit in Toronto and 10 days ago, on my birthday weekend, I collected my first artistic award in New York City.

The video photo journal is linked in the menu. It’s short. If you have a moment, please check it out. It represents the beginning of a new chapter in my creative life … and is a gentle celebration of women who work behind the scenes to keep the equestrian world humming.

As a woman-of-a-certain-age finally able to pursue my passion for fine art photography, let me just say this … you’re never too old to dream. Never too old to learn how to celebrate your own achievements.

Age is, after all, just a number.

Thanks for visiting …

Dorothy

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©Dorothy E. Chiotti … All Rights Reserved 2018 … Aimwell CreativeWorks

9 thoughts on “Something to Celebrate …

  1. You have such an artistic eye and such beautiful works – you most certainly do deserve this award. Like you I am of a “certain age” but I have a very sick husband who takes a lot of my time and care. However, I am writing (even if only in my blog) and enjoy photography as well, though I do not possess your talent for it LOL – still it’s a lovely pastime. Wishing you continued success!!!!

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