Jamie A.

Jamie A.

Jamie is a single guy living and working in northern Virginia, about 30 minutes from Washington, D.C. (United States). He grew up in the Ozark Mountains and served in the United States Navy for several years. After leaving the Navy, he worked for a few American companies which required him to travel. Eventually, he settled in northern Virginia where he lives alone — with his dog Murphy.

He considers himself fortunate to have an enjoyable job which allows him time to volunteer, write poetry, devour books, and pursue his love of photography. He  has been passionate about photography since 1989, and is slowly digitizing his archive of 35mm film negatives and slides.

In the summer of 2012, after much encouragement from friends, he decided to sell some of his photographic work on the condition that money be donated to charity. The problem, however, is that Jamie is disorganized, and not financially minded — he needed help. His friend Amanda was the perfect co-pilot for the Laughing Bunny project!

Amanda M.

Amanda M.

Amanda is a mommy of two toddlers, and in the summer of 2012, she became the business manager and art director of Laughing Bunny Photography. Her organizational skills, marketing knowledge, and creativity are key to Team Laughing Bunny’s mission.

In her own home, she is known as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and as part of Laughing Bunny she coordinates with the charity groups, manages finances, reviews products, and writes about creative craft projects.

She looks at projects and products from a mom’s perspective…. check out her how-to posts!

Email her at amanda@laughingbunnyphotography.com


22 thoughts on “About”

  1. raftingrussell said:

    Can I ask what it was like to serve in the Navy while you also being an artist? Are you sensitive? If so, did you find this challenging? Thank you.

    • Wow… great question. Reading and writing poetry was just something I did from escaping my daily job. Taking photographs was just something I loved doing. I wanted to capture the adventure. No, it wasn’t a problem (or challenging at all). Not sure if I am “sensitive” in the modern day derogatory slang, however sure I like to notice and appreciate my surroundings. Thanks for the questions!

  2. Hi Jamie 🙂

  3. Jamie – I am writing a post next week about my memories of visiting the Cherry Blossom festival some 20 years ago. I don’t have a cherry blossom photo and was wondering if I could use one of yours? Of course, I would give you full credit and provide a link to your blog.

    Let me know. Thanks!

    • I am so sorry I didn’t respond sooner! I totally missed this! I wasn’t ignoring you, I promise! Of course you can any photograph you’d like! Thank you!

      • Don’t worry about it! Thanks for your offer. I will let you know if I ever use one of your photos (and give you full credit, of course)!

  4. Hi Jamie I was lucky enough to spend some time in NYC. Your photos reminded me of that trip, everything was in bloom and crisp blue skies. The tiny garden in Greenwich Village where I stayed had the most beautiful weeping Korean Cherry tree. Thanks for memories. Cheers Sue

  5. Hi Jamie,
    I like your ………….everything is funny from the right perspective………. its really true. You are very talented former Navy who is poet and love photography . What a lovely combination !
    Keep on blogging share your photos and the story as well.
    Greetings from Jakarta.

  6. I wish I thought up Miles Long, awesome moniker could’ve easily replaced wanderlust, and probably for the better. Cheers!

  7. hodgepodge4thesoul said:

    Firstly, Jamie, an infinite number of thank you’s for your service! Secondly, I nominated you for the Kreative Blogger Award…well deserved 🙂


  8. Jamie,
    I’ve been enjoying your blog. Your photos are beautiful and the wit well that goes without saying. Love you blog! I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award and Blog on Fire award http://stephanielane2012.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/awards-oh-my/

    Thanks for sharing your passion,

  9. Hi bud. I really dig the color scheme change. It really makes your pictures pop. Well done.

  10. I’m happy to tell you that you’ve been nominated for the “One Lovely Blog” award! If you’ll come by http://kipsthoughts.wordpress.com/2012/08/22/one-lovely-blog-award/ you can pick up your award and see the rules. Congrats!

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