Glad You Stopped By

There are people don’t like surprise visitors. I am not one of them. I love it when friends stop by.

I’m glad you stopped here. Is there something you’d like to say? Comment below or send me and email at

~ Jenny

28 thoughts to “Glad You Stopped By”

  1. Hi Jenny! You and I must have been on the same wavelength this new year! 🙂 I’m so happy to be catching up on your beautiful photos and thoughtful words.

    1. Hi Gil,
      Thank you! I appreciate you taking time to write that.
      Keep listening and let me know if there’s anything or anyone you’d like to hear on the show.


  2. Jenny! Woohoo!!! I found you! Until today, I was wondering when TWIP Family was coming back after the holidays. A quick google search of your name steered me here. I’m so happy to see you never stopped and are doing your own thing! I love your show and am looking forward to catching up from episode one:)

    1. Hi Jeff,

      Glad you found me easily and hope you enjoy the recent episodes. Starting this week it’s bi-weekly for awhile but still chugging along.

      Thanks for listening.


  3. Thank you for sharing insights, failures/successes- it’s encouraging. A friend of mine has recommended I listen to your podcast several times… and I’ve procrastinated (i.e.- who has time to listen to podcasts? ha!) But I am so glad I peeked in, and will be “making time” to listen in so I can glean more from your experiences.

  4. I enjoy your interviews. Your casual conversational style is like listening to two friend talking with each other. I like the fact that you questions grow out of the conversation. In podcast 21 Cheryl gave a quotation that you said you had not heard before. I found it by accident today reading another blog.
    “Everything you want is on the otherside of fear.” Jack Canfield

    Keep up the good work.

    Suggestion for a future interview: Paul Fontanelli of PhotographyTV

    1. Hi Dennis,
      Thank you. I’m glad you are enjoying the show. I love having the conversations and I love hearing how they are received.

      I’ve been in touch with Paul! Coming soon.


  5. Jenny, just wanted to drop a note and tell you that my “anniversary” date for joining the 365 group on Flickr passed a couple of days ago without me even realizing it. I guess that’s a bonus of starting at an odd time during the year. Its been easy at times, uninspired at times, and difficult at times, but looking back it is so worth it. It’s amazing to have a capsule of what has happened during the course of the last year. I have no regrets. I don’t have any plans to slow down or stop, but I may transition to the FB group in after this calendar year is up, only time will tell. I have a sister in Summerville, SC who does a photo a day, and has for years, and I’m trying to get her to sign up.

    BTW, love the podcast, it fills my commute to work for a day, and the time passes quickly. Plus I even pick up a pointer every now and then.

  6. I listen to dozens of podcasts weekly, I found you through your brother many years ago on TWiT, I listen to a lot of photo podcasts most of them talk about gear and fstops and ISOs, all of which are good food for my technical brain, but your show is the only one of the bunch that makes me yearn to have my camera in my hand, makes me want to actively do instead of passively listen. Thank you so much for the inspiration. I signed up for your next Daily Photo Project, something the likes of which I have never tried, and nervous and excited.

  7. Hi Jenny… I have been doing catch up listens to your podcasts.. and I do listen to a few other podcasts as each of them gives something different to each listener. Just today listening to your podcast with Nick Kelsh, well I can’t finish it yet… I keep rewinding and listening to segments over and over…
    Blown my mind and has really resonated with me when he talks about his … drama … I love those moments in life .. that drama…i shoot my boys playing footy a lot…amongst other things and keen to move to portraits ..which is coming up…but the moments around the team not just the action that I really love to see and capture … thanks so much for this episode and to Nick for sharing …you guys knocked this one out of the park!!

  8. Love the podcast … its impossible for me think of photographing my family without taking pictures of their sports — and it’s hard! I suspect many others feel the same. Can you do an occasional show on various sports based on the season with an expert in each area?

  9. I just happily listened to the latest podcast – which completely inspired me to record those little snip bits of my day. Your podcast is helping me get through the busy editing season!!
    Xanthe Berkeley reminds me a lot of Hailey B (..I am not sure how to spell her name)

    Would love to hear her on your show and hear more about family video!

  10. Jenny,

    I know that you interviewed Simon Ringsmuth a year or two ago, but I think it might be good to have him back again, possibly with his brother Phil, since they have started their YouTube channel Camera Dads.

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