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This morning I was texting with a photographer friend who mentioned something about “talk about what you mentioned in your Rangefinder article.” In typical me fashion, my response was “huh?” And then “oh yeah I did an interview with them” but I had yet to actually see an article nor could I remember when it would be published. But apparently it is in print in the current issue and so I immediately had to go find the article so that I could read about myself…mostly to make sure that I didn’t say anything stupid or otherwise publicly humiliate myself. And I was very glad that there seem to be no immediate or obvious reasons for embarrassment. And therefore I am happy to share it here. Click here to go to the article if you want to actually read the words. icon smile Oh look, Im in Rangefinder

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RANDOM STORY ALERT: Just in case anyone questions why my default reaction to a magazine article would be to brace myself for public humiliation, I would like to reference an event in high-school when I was interviewed by the local paper after a lacrosse game. I was on a championship team and although I was not exactly a star player, I did get particularly lucky one day and scored a bunch of goals. Woohoo, go me. So after the game they let me talk to the local newspaper. A week later upon reading the one paragraph “article”, what was sure to be my 15 minutes of fame and the pinnacle of my existence, I read my little quote in the Fairfax Connection. And whatever it was they claimed I had said (by now I have blocked out the specifics), was practically nonsense. It may not have even been English. “OMG, I didn’t say that!” I was embarrassed. Because when you are 17, pretty much everything is horrifyingly embarrassing. Just ask my mom, she has plenty of stories. Actually, no don’t ask my mom.

12 Responses to “Oh look, I’m in Rangefinder”

  1. Diana says:

    Congratulations! I can’t wait to read it!

  2. Can’t wait to get my mag so I can see and read the article properly! Looks awesome Justine!

  3. Jillian says:

    Love Justines work!! Cant wait to see it!!

  4. Tara Welch says:

    Well deserved my gorgeous friend! Love the shots used!!!

  5. Kelly Vasami says:

    Way to go! That’s awesome — and well deserved!

  6. Awesome work Justine. Credit is well deserved.

    ps – I’ve been in the paper a total of three times in my life and three times I’ve been misquoted… actually not even misquoted. I’m sure the journo just made it up each time. ;)

  7. This is so exciting and deserved. I already knew you were major talented, super cool and ultra wonderful, but nowwww well you’re still all that. Yes, awesomeness continues. Way to go, Justine! xoxo

  8. Gina says:

    Congrats on the article and I love your family portrait style! Candid yet artistic and full of warmth. Can’t wait to get my mag in the mail.

  9. Britney says:

    Yay, you! Really, great job Justine!

  10. chris arnold says:

    Beautiful work as always… Congratulations on the article!

  11. Andrena says:

    Yay, Justine!!! A thousand congratulations. Your work is always so beautiful, so this is well deserved. :)

  12. Gino says:

    Great work, great camera. Will be heading to Vegas all the way from NZ would love a pass :)

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