Industry of One

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I've thought of you often, and fondly, during this little break we've been on. I write to you in my head a lot, pretty posts with pretty pictures, while sweeping the studio's floors or scrubbing on hands and knees. It boggles the mind we haven't talked about the space yet, so many good things await!
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While I'm trying to catch up, you should read this sweet interview that my friends at Industry of One wrote. They are the kindest, most genuine folks and I think that shows in their photos and words.

Until we meet again. And in the meantime, don't be a stranger.

27 comments:

  1. That picture (of you I'm assuming?) is so incredibly gorgeous. Stunning!

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  2. You are an industry of FUNNNNN

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  3. You're lovely, Amy.

    Keep us posted on when you might be hosting those workshops. I'm definitely interested.

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  4. Amy...so good to see you again. I loved reading your interview and viewing your pictures. You are Exquisite to say the least. Such talent. Love your writing and creative flare.
    Congrats on your success...to think it was Yahoo who featured you and I became one of your biggest fans! Good luck on your continued success.

    Lola

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  5. Lovely pictures in the article! I really admire your work.

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  6. wow amy those photos are incredible! the colours! I love the one where you're ironing. and the one with the ivy crown. those eyes! we need to see more of your beautiful face on this blog.

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  7. beautiful following you :)

    xoxo

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  8. Lovely interview and photographs and great to see the face behind the blog! Sharon

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  9. I've been following your tweets with anticipation! Can't wait to see more of the studio

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  10. what a lovely article. congrats! And how exciting about your new studio space. Can't wait to see it.

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  11. Great interview and photos!
    Had to spread the loveliness to more future fans.
    Hope that is ok.

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  12. Fantastic article! Congrats!

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  13. Amazing interview, love all the photos, you look lovely!

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  14. congrats on the article, you were only stunning in those pictures. love this one with the lilies too. all your plans sound so exciting and your studio looks amazing with all your hard work. so happy for you, lovely lady

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  15. So excited for you to share your space! Seriously. Hurry up already:)

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  16. Beautiful article, who was the photographer?

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  17. Thanks for sharing this! Makes me understand you a tad bit :)

    Eat Cake

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  18. Those pictures of you are stunning! I love the one with the ivy crown. I can't wait to see your studio! My mom has always been a big gardener and i have just got back from visiting and am feeling very inspired to do some gardening. Although i live in an apartment, i've been doing my best to fill the indoor space with plants. Your work is very inspiring and i love looking at your photos. Best of luck!

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  19. Love love love that second photo of the door/wreath...I didn't even know what it was at first and thought it was the entrance to a secret garden or something!
    Cute blog :)

    http://www.anabstractnoun.blogspot.com/

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  20. Beautiful images. I love your photos from your vacation also. So lovely :) I'm a huge fan of your work!

    xoxo
    Janee
    www.yellowbirdyellowbeard.blogspot.com

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  21. We've missed you too Amy!! but don't worry, our patience is much stronger than a temporary leave of absence. Thank you for sharing the "Industry of One" post... the photography is stunning and I'm so happy to add another new blog to my reading list. I've been in need recently.

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  22. Stunning images! I have just found your blog & have become your newest follower. Love your words & your photographs tell such stories x

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  23. Hey Amy! Was just curious what you made that wreath out of? The one that's hanging on a door in the last photo. I want to make one just like it. Thanks!!

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