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Melanie Jones

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This week we get to meet photographer Melanie Jones.

Melanie is an editorial photographer now based in Madison, Wisconsin, specializing in making portraits of companion animals, families, small business owners, and contemplative landscapes.

When she moved here continuing her photography business was a hard thing to do at first but she's finding ways to make it work.

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Melanie Renee Photography: welcome page &emdash;
via http://www.melaniereneephotography.com


Learn more about Melanie
http://www.melaniereneephotography.com
https://www.facebook.com/melaniereneephoto/

Music for the show by Rom-Comm at romcommtheband.com

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