A Portfolio Site / Many Creative Hats

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Friends! I have finally put the finishing touches on my portfolio site! It has been a long time in the making, but it is now live and filled with lots of my past work and current projects, all on one site. Lately, when I meet new people, I’ve been explaining my job by saying that I wear a lot of creative hats – and I love being able to put all those hats together as a career.

If you have a poke around my new portfolio site, you’ll see all the different hats I’m currently wearing – writer, blogger, photographer, editor, Dublin guide and stylist. I wouldn’t have it any other way. Well, honestly, I could add a few more to that list, like New York Times bestselling author and TV personality, but I’m still working on those! It’s good to have some big, giant dreams for the future, right? And for now, I’ve certainly got my hands full!

Special thanks to Brandi Bernoskie for putting together the bones of my pretty new site! 

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9 comments on A Portfolio Site / Many Creative Hats

  1. Jessica says:

    It looks great, Emily!

  2. Katie says:

    Fantastic!

  3. Abigail says:

    This looks really great! The format is wonderful. I’m sure you are very pleased!

  4. Andie says:

    So lovely! It’s so great to see people who aren’t afraid to be good at multiple things and share that with everyone else. All your work looks excellent! Great job.

  5. Ashley says:

    woohoo! Looks great!!

  6. Ellie says:

    It’s stunning! Love it!! And it’s so inspiring to see how you’ve built all these different “creative hats”.

  7. Nathalie says:

    We’re theme twins! That Brandi is a lifesaver, I called on her with many the coding pickle. Great to see all your work under one roof, well done, x.

  8. Nilla M. Skerrett says:

    Hi: I discovered your blog today as I was looking for information on what to wear for my trip to Ireland in June. I found very interesting and helpful information. I keep telling my daughter, who is traveling with me, that it will be cold. I am use to 80 F and 90 F. We live in the tropics in an island of aprox 30 x 100 miles (PR) but with everything and anything you can think of, beaches, caves, mountains, rain forest, dry forest, desserts, the largest radio telescope in the world, etc. We will be staying two nights in Dublin, the first and last of our 8 days tour. Please let us know what would be a nice place to visit in the evening or night. Have you been in Galway?

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