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Welcome! My name is Debra and I am the photographer behind Doodlebug Designz. My business name is derived from a childhood nickname that my dad gave me when I was born, Doodles. As a child, I didn’t care much for being called “Doodles” but as I got older, it grew on me. I thought it was a cute and fitting name for the type of photography I do.
I reside in Southern New Jersey, with my husband Brian and our Dorkie Lily. I am a mom to a daughter and a grandma to a beautiful little boy.
In 2008 my husband gave me a camera as a Christmas gift. In February 2009 I was laid off from my job and it seemed like an opportune time to learn how to use the camera. I enrolled in online courses and began learning and teaching myself how to take photographs.
Over the years, photography has helped me get through battling cancer, it has taught me patience and most importantly it gives me a sense of peace and joy.
Besides sharing my experiences, views and adventures in my blog, I also offer greeting cards, and prints. I always look forward to hearing from you, if you would like to contact me, you can reach me at email@example.com.
So, please take some time to relax, look through my website and if you see something you like, I would love to hear from you.
See you on my next adventure . . . Debra
As the year winds down, I began thinking of how to document the upcoming holiday season. I am sure it will be different from previous holidays, nonetheless, it should be celebrated and documented. My friend Carolyn, and I were talking about how we would love to help people capture their holiday memories. We decided to …
I hope you have a porch or similar place in your home that brings you peace during your day too. If not an outside area, maybe some special spot inside your home where you are able to relax, enjoy the quiet and soak up the peacefulness if only for a brief moment.
The innocence of being two is so refreshing to watch, as the world basically crumbles around us, he represents hope.
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