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07/13/2007 02:45:06 PM · #1
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07/13/2007 03:00:04 PM · #2
quite impressive!
07/13/2007 03:02:23 PM · #3
That is an awesome interview! :-D
07/13/2007 03:04:57 PM · #4
Nice interview!
07/13/2007 03:05:50 PM · #5
Well it's about time. Great job on this one!

After reading that, I honestly don't know of anyone so dedicated and passionate about what they do and making their life revolve around it to that extent. How many bazillion Gigabytes was it? That's probably radically changed since the interview too.
07/13/2007 03:20:33 PM · #6
very nice interview...congrats Judi! :)
07/13/2007 03:58:02 PM · #7
Great interview! Geez... out of college at 15? :-O
07/13/2007 04:00:13 PM · #8
I've only read the first section and already I want to know what bad dance move paralyzed your hand!
07/13/2007 04:03:48 PM · #9
Great interview. even made me cry.... Nicely done.
07/13/2007 04:04:41 PM · #10
Hi everyone...it is 6-00am here and I am busy editing photos. Just wanted to say thanks for everyones comments...I am pleased the interview is being received well. John did an awesome job and is very easy to work with. I look forward to his future interviews but want to give him a big thanks here.

Levy...the dance move was simply jumping up in the air and landing in the splits. I had done this move 1000 times before but the stage was faulty and the boards moved causing me to take full impact on my hand which caused the damage in the hand and wrist.
07/13/2007 04:12:14 PM · #11
Certainly an interesting read Judi. I like the part on the role your dad played in getting you started in photography. Very cool!
07/13/2007 04:14:20 PM · #12
BTW - This interview should be considered NSFW for anyone reading it in a work environment where nude images could cause trouble for you.

Just wait and read it at home...definitely an inspiring read.
07/13/2007 04:19:31 PM · #13
This is really interesting and inspiring!!!
07/13/2007 04:26:49 PM · #14
/me thinks Judi rocks :-)
07/13/2007 04:27:39 PM · #15
Judi I am so happy John asked you to do an interview again.

You are such a special woman, and I'm glad you're finally on that list of DPC-member-interviews.

Thank you.. Heaps!
07/13/2007 04:40:23 PM · #16
Hey, Judi and John! Cool interview. It's good to find out more about you, you're a very interesting person.
07/13/2007 05:29:37 PM · #17
I am sorry Crystal for making you cry. I never expected that. Hey Ursula and Hanneke...you guys rock...your work is awesome. I only spoke how I felt.
07/13/2007 05:34:29 PM · #18
Originally posted by Judi:

I am sorry Crystal for making you cry. I never expected that. Hey Ursula and Hanneke...you guys rock...your work is awesome. I only spoke how I felt.

Not in a bad way..lol The story about your son and the details behind the photo of him dancing just hits close to home in it's own way. It was touching. Don't be sorry.
07/13/2007 07:47:39 PM · #19
Great Interview Judi! Its nice to read all the things about you. Very inspiring.

07/13/2007 09:38:20 PM · #20
Originally posted by philup:

Great Interview Judi! Its nice to read all the things about you. Very inspiring.

Thanks Philup...your work is outstanding.
07/13/2007 09:54:40 PM · #21

A most enjoyable read.
07/13/2007 11:24:26 PM · #22
It provoked me to THINK, and be inspired.
Okay, I read all of your interview and here is what came to my mind.

Whew, that was a lot of reading, but after reading it my "Nightmares" score jumped-UP a tenth. Thanks, I'm hoping for more of that in the future.

Thanks for baring it all, referring to the thoughts in your head, blocked by the skin on the outside. Just like the old restaurant commercial here for Outback, their motto "No Rules, Just Right". You must've eaten there.

I always like the citings of photos and their creaters, and your viewpoints. I look them up and enjoy hearing things I may not have noticed. This my second interview I read here so far, yesterday I read DrAchoo's.

It gave me great, non-blurry, insight into the "life of a photographer".

Into a picture the artist breathes some of their past, present and future.
A viewer peering into a photo, also sees their own, past present and future.
07/14/2007 12:12:37 AM · #23
WOW....Thank You
07/14/2007 12:26:06 AM · #24
Lovely interview, Judi & John! :)
07/14/2007 01:11:02 AM · #25
Iím disappointed with this interview. The most intriguing mystery about Judi was not revealed!
- We all would love to know whatís your secrete for keeping yourself so beautiful? ;)

Congratulations John. Remarkable interview with one of the most interesting persons around.
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