I absolutely love photography. I love that it's an opportunity to capture life....special moments, special places, special feelings & emotions!!!
Born & raised in Savannah GA, I am the the 4th born of 6 children. While my 3 brothers & 2 sisters excelled in academics, music & sports, my interests were always evolving around artistic expression. My artistic nature is expressed in many various arts....I sew, quilt, crochet, paint, make beaded jewelry & baby head bands, decorate cakes, dabble in graphic design & loooove photography & photo editing....thus my self proclaimed nickname "GiniJack," taken from the commonly known phrase "Jack of All Trades."
As a resident of Savannah I am surrounded by beautiful scenery that is subject of much of my photography; however, I also enjoy photographing people, animals & often very random items. I find that there is beauty all around us, even in the simplest of things. It is my pleasure & my honor to showcase some of that beauty.
Each of my artistic undertakings is in memorial of my mother, my biggest cheerleader ever, who's constant praise still rings in my ears today & is the encouragement that pushes me to pursue my dreams.
Thank you for your visit to my website.
I dedicate this website & all that I do to the memory of my parents whom I miss terribly everyday & to whom I am forever thankful for giving me a strong loving foundation for life. To my Mama & my Daddy, Mildred & Buron Watson, you are forever in my heart & I thank God for giving me you!
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You are so talented! Very classy site and photos!
Love that you have been successful in setting this site up and your etsy page!
Wow! Your photography is awesome. Will be checking out all your talents and crafts and let others know about you. Hope you do well in this business. Keep up the good work.
I am impressed with all of your work, but particularly like the photos of Savannah. I really miss the place. I remember, back in high school, I was big into photography & would go downtown @ night (back then, it was completely safe) & take pictures in the squares, experimenting with old nylon stockings my Mom had thrown away over the lends for the "star burst" effect around lights. Also liked hand controlled aperture settings for the "streaks of light" from cars going by. Wish my old 35mm SLR still worked.