Catching up with Laura

Cindy Zimmerman

mcnamaraLong-time Agwired readers may remember the lovely and talented Laura McNamara who did quite a bit of work for us back a couple of years ago. Among her many assignments was covering the 2007 Indy 500 and Agritechnica. She was also at the 2008 Farm Progress Show with Chuck and helped us with a number of other clients. Her amazing talents include writing and fabulous photography. She is truly an exceptional artist.

mcnamaraLaura has been living out her dream and traveling extensively over the last couple of years, as that is her passion. At last count, she had visited more than 22 countries in Europe, Southeast Asia and Latin America – including 12 countries in one year alone!

She is currently traveling around Mexico and basing herself in Chihuahua. Some of her most recent photo albums include spectacular views and portraits of the people in Mexico’s Copper Canyon.

Laura now has set up a store on her main blog, giramonda.com, where you can purchase some of her fine photography. Check it out – you will be amazed!

General, Photography

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  1. Wow. I’m most humbled Cindy. Thank you for your support and touching words.

    Please know that I credit you and Chuck with offering my first true opportunity to begin living the life I’ve always dreamed of… working with you both was a crucial step into achieving all that I’ve come to achieve so far. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!

  2. Wow. I’m most humbled Cindy. Thank you for your support and touching words.

    Please know that I credit you and Chuck with offering my first true opportunity to begin living the life I’ve always dreamed of… working with you both was a crucial step into achieving all that I’ve come to achieve so far. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!

  3. Laura’s work is wonderful–mature but vibrantly fresh.
    Stay tuned to progress of her creative evolution!

  4. Laura’s work is wonderful–mature but vibrantly fresh.
    Stay tuned to progress of her creative evolution!

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