How My TV Career Began or Girls Can Be Camera Operators too

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shooting for the NHL in the corner beside the goalie
shooting for the NHL in the corner beside the goalie | Source

In the Beginning

When I was young my dreams were simple; I wanted to teach, work with orphans, take over my grandparents farm, and even become a nun.

As I got older I got restless. I wanted adventure, life experience, excitement and a career that would feed that need.

I decided I'd become a photographer and off I went to the University of Ottawa to major in Photography.

I loved it. Once I started taking pictures and playing in the darkroom I was hooked, addicted.

I spent all night, every night of the week, developing the pictures I had taken during the day for months on end.
I had found my calling, or so I thought.

One day, over 2 years into my course, there was a photo contest. Very excited about entering, I choose my photograph with utmost care. I made sure it was a well composed photo and sent the social message I was trying hard to express.
Well of course I didn't win.

The photo that did win was magical.
It captured a moment in time that could never happen again and it deserved to win.

At that moment I realized I didn't want to spend my life chasing and missing magic moments. That realization itself was prize enough.

I Love Rock & Roll, Hockey & ...

Rock and Roll is so much fun and so easy to get into, it's definitely my favorite. Here I'm operating at BC150 Days
Rock and Roll is so much fun and so easy to get into, it's definitely my favorite. Here I'm operating at BC150 Days | Source
it's been fun and an honor to shoot some of the greatest talent of our time,like the Tragically Hip here
it's been fun and an honor to shoot some of the greatest talent of our time,like the Tragically Hip here | Source

Career List

So I packed up my life and headed for home.
As I sat on the bus for the final 6 hour trip from Ottawa to Hamilton, I reevaluated my criteria for a career.

The list seemed so basic, almost silly.

  1. A career where I didn't need to dress up, jeans, comfortable clothes - no dresses.
  2. No office jobs
  3. No 9 to 5.
  4. To do something different everyday.
  5. To enjoy the job
  6. Bonus - to travel and have it paid for.
    I had decided that if I ever had any, I'd take my kids traveling with me and teach them on location. (This was long before homeschooling was popular).
  7. Finally, good pay.

Okay, so what I wanted was completely unrealistic, good luck I told myself as I watched the highway pass by.

I arrived home and got a job as a waitress in a busy downtown pub the same day.
Within hours I was serving beer to the crew of the local TV station, CHCH TV .

I always say things happen for a reason.
I was standing in front of the door to my future and couldn't see it.
Yet.

from an audience's camera, the concert I worked

Extreme Opposites

when royalty visits you have to dress up, even in the rain!
when royalty visits you have to dress up, even in the rain! | Source
sometimes you have to work in the worst conditions, like here in the mud pit beside the stage during the 2010 Olympic Torch Run
sometimes you have to work in the worst conditions, like here in the mud pit beside the stage during the 2010 Olympic Torch Run | Source

TV Toys

Over time, as my new "regulars" shared their work day stories with me, I wondered if working in television might give me what I was looking for.

One night the crew invited me to come and watch them put together the late newscast. one night. I jumped at the opportunity.

As I watched them manipulate the images and sound I knew that these were toys I wanted to learn to play with. The cameras and editing suites were what intrigued me the most.
I was excited as I stood watching in amazement as they created stories for the 11pm newscast that night.

Well those magic moments changed the path of my life.

I had never considered film or television as an actual job option. I could see that within this industry there would be an opportunity to try a variety of jobs That made it even more appealing.

I was excited, eager to get started.
I could get passionate about doing this, and I did.

I Love My Job

It was the early 1980s and I started freelancing right away while going to college.

I didn't let being a woman in such a male dominated field affect me. I loved the job, being on the crew, so I did my best. It never occurred to me that I couldn't do any job I was asked to do, I just did it.

I spent my career working hard, having ethics, integrity, being a team player, and having fun, because people I work for deserve my best.

It's been a great career with great variety, lots of stories and opportunities, incredible people, long days, challenging working conditions, and travel.

It is definitely not as glamorous as the world watching from the other side of the TV set thinks.

I have done well as one of Canada's early pioneers for women in television.
As one of the first female broadcast TV camera operators and steadicam operator, Jimmy Jib camera crane specialist and rail-cam operator I have loved very minute of my career.
Even the bad minutes.

After 30 years I can honestly say camera operating fit my criteria perfectly. It has also opened up avenues for the next 30 years that I could not have imagined.

... but that's another story.

2010 Vanouver Olympics

18 days operating the "Jimmy Jib" camera crane at the Curling venue
18 days operating the "Jimmy Jib" camera crane at the Curling venue | Source

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Canscorpion 5 years ago from Steel Town

Wow it definitely is inspiring, and it's great you found the perfect career for your life! :)

I'm myself a person who gets bored of routine stuff and can't make my mind quite finally of what's my dream career. But ladies are often expected to walk on the preset paths chosen for them. So it needs courage to, if break away, then also prove yourself.

Thumbs Up to your effort, your career and Your Hub! :)


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

Thanks it was my dream career that's for sure, and I like following new paths and have the courage to at least try. I like challenges and get bored easily so it has been a career that served me well. I am looking forward however to new adventures ahead, and am happy to have a hub!


Brian 5 years ago

You hit the nail on the head with the attitude hammer: Life is what you make of it, and you're life has great moments you made happen. The rest of the good memories are contributed by family, friends and interesting people. Give it a stir and voila: Exlixer of Life!! Thanks for sharing this site, you wonderful, and special, friend!


Rachel 5 years ago

Awesome, Inspiring, Fantastic, Motivating with a very good mix of challenges and good memories.


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

Hey Brian thanks for that, expresses exactly how I feel and Rachel I like to motivate :O) thanks for the feedback


Laura 5 years ago

Thanks for sharing your story. I miss your spark! You are inspiring how you keep conquering and moving on to the next adventure.


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks for the support, I don't know what else to do but keep on moving forward ... and I'm looking forward to the next journey, cheers :O)


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Simone Smith 5 years ago from San Francisco

What an inspiring story! You have an AWESOME career, eye say! I'm pretty jealous!! I believe you that working as a camera operator is not as glamorous as it seems, but nothing is in the end, right? I can only imagine what it must have been like to spend those long days on sets and to see a whole world that is typically behind the scenes. I hope you write more about your experiences on HubPages!!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks Simone. It sure has changed the way I watch films and tv shows. It is a tough career but I had lots of fun and have worked with some really great people. I hadn't thought of writing more of my stories, maybe I'll do that...


your sis 5 years ago

I agree with Simone you should share some more of your stories and experiences I already know how great they are!!!Love ya!!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

yes I think more stories will be coming ;O) thanks for reading!


Aunt Bev 5 years ago

What a wonderful account of your career - I found it fascinating - and I knew some of itlalready - may good things be right ahead for you Hon!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks for reading, it has been a good career and I loved it ...


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Brooke Lorren 5 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

Great story. I'm glad that you found something that you really liked. That's the most important thing as far as a job goes.


Patricia harris 5 years ago

You get what you work hard for in live taking all the ups and downs which is called the reality of life and a life check to see if this is worth all the hard ships going on. As you know handwork never stops so one doesn't mind if it is your life's passion. You've stood your ground Colleen with honor, handwork, dedication against things we know nothing of and making it work. The only person who should care and know and appreciate you is you but it would be nice to be recognized by your peers as a job well done all the time.


Anne (McNamara) Kinley 5 years ago

Colleen, it has been years and years since we have seen each other but I had to write to congratulate you on this essay piece. After The 2010 Olympics and the challenges you faced, you are an inspiration to all. The pictures are amazing and I can imagine lifting and moving some of that equipment over the years has also been a lot of work besides your keen "eyework" with the camera. May the future hold many exciting days for you. From your cousin who works the drone of a 9 to 5 job where I try to find the sweetness in people I meet to inspire me in my day! Take care and good luck!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

well said Patricia. The great thing about the TV biz is that much of the work includes instantaneous gratification, the quality of the shoot or show tells the tale and there's no hiding it. The teamwork involved in order to create a great end product is where you recognize and get recognized by your peers at the end of the day during the "wrap" when you get to chat as you pack up and regurgiate the day's events.

Live events instantaneous gratification and "at a boy"s happen all the way through the show on headset as the good the bad and the ugly occur and technicians scramble to work together fast to solve "live" problems.

In the end though you're right: I am my own worst critic and biggest fan and that's good enough for me :O)

thanks for reading!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

hey Anne, thanks for reading, you know it takes all of jobs to make the world work and somedays, although not many, I wish I was sitting at a desk working inside instead of in the cold and wet ...

keep well and good luck to you


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missolive 5 years ago from Texas

What a great hub! Congratulations on the HubNugget.

I'm glad you included pictures - it isn't often you find the cameraman - ahem I mean camera WOMAN in a picture. Truly inspiring. Operating that "Jimmy Jib" looks like a fun challenge.

Fyi - I love your username as well, very clever if EYE do say so myself :)

Vote up and awesome


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks missolive, thanks we don't often get pics of ourselves working :O)

I love operating the jimmy jib I could do it everyday!!!

thanks for the vote up!


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Green Lotus 5 years ago from Atlanta, GA

From one tv "veteran" to another, great stuff! Congrats on your HubNuggets nomination and welcome to HP. I've been a bit reluctant to write about my career and have only shared one related photo on my "Blizzard" Hub, but you have inspired me to share a bit more. Thanks.


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks, and glad to be able to inspire you to write about your career, I think we work in a field that people are curious about...

I look forward to reading your hubs ...


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KT Banks 5 years ago from Texas

I feel like Alice in the rabbit's hole. What a wonderful world I stumbled into (yours). I think we're close to the same age and I'm wondering if that is why I can identify with so much of your attitude. I'm a born and bred Texas girl myself. Never even been to Canada - at least not yet, though I have traveled a bit.

Anyway, I guess that's my way of an introduction. I'm looking forward to reading more from you.


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

hey Brooke, thanks for that - I do believe that if you follow your passion you'll find happiness in your work,

I appreciate your comment!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

hi KT and thanks for the intro, not sure my world's overly wonderful but it's definitely mine and I plow through it best I can. Happy to have you following me I hopr I don't disappoint!


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wildblue54 5 years ago

You're an amazing Lady,,Job well done, I am very impressed!!!

Miss you all!!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks wildblue54, I just thought my story might help encourage others to go after their dream and it's okay if that dream changes along the way ...


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princesswithapen 5 years ago

eye say

Awesome story! It felt great reading about your career and I'm sure this is going to be inspirational for many women. What a splendid career and a terrific way to introduce yourself to everyone at HubPages. Welcome aboard and we all look forward to many more of the stories you have to share!

Princesswithapen


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks for that, if it inspires one woman I'm happy! we'll see if my stories hold up ...


PhenomWriter 5 years ago

What says that you didn't inspire a man? Oh, I am joking. Great article with photos = I have an allergy for the word 'hub'. I will love to read more from you. My best wishes...

(What happened to your hair?) :)


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

I hope I do inspire men; I've trained a lot of guys in this biz and they are good workers. The hair has gone through many changes in 30 years, after working with all those guys it turned grey!, I'll see if I can find a story or two in my "vault" ... thanks for reading ;O)


PhenomWriter 5 years ago

One thing more? ...it seems we both have eyes :)


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raakachi 5 years ago from Madurai / Tamilnadu / India

Thanks for sharing your experience both bitter and sweeter,as usual,life is the mixture of both.My best wishes!


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vasantha T k 5 years ago from Bangalore

voted up interesting story and inspiring.warm wishes.


Elaina Grinias 5 years ago

Wow! Amazing hub and life story. Thanks so much for sharing your experience as a photographer and camera operator. I am actually majoring in broadcasting at Central Michigan University right now. I plan on graduating in May, and one day I hope to be in front of the camera as a news anchor! Hopefully my experience will be as positive as yours. Thanks again.


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ethel smith 5 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

Good for you and well done. It is hard to follow a dream but is possible for some


arusho 5 years ago

What a great hub! And a very interesting life journey I can't wait to hear more. I love inspirational stories and this was great!


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danielleantosz 5 years ago from Florida

A much needed reminder that it will all work out for this recent college graduate! Thank you for sharing your story!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

Thanks to you all for your kind words.

Dreams are hard to follow but I believe in setting goals and having the guts to change paths as needed and not consider it failing.

I have learned to look at road blocks as opportunities to explore new avenues of achieving the same goals.

It's learned behavior from my parents and it has served me well, especially at this junction in my life where I am being forced to once again change my path.

Thanks for reading everyone and Keep Well


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Imogen French 5 years ago from Southwest England

What a great story. It's wonderful how one thing leads to another and takes you in the right direction - the trick is in recognising your opportunites. Congrats on a very inspiring and interesting read, a rewarding career and your hub of the day award. Keep up the good work : )


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DzyMsLizzy 5 years ago from Oakley, CA

WOW! Congratulations on Hub of the Day! Well done!

I know whereof you speak. My own "career" path (in the dream-job sense) is similar, but I traveled a very different road.

In the end, I never got to where you have, but I'm happy to have had the experiences I did.

I'm going to explore writing an article of my own on my experiences...as I sit here and realize that my "comment" would be far too long for "just a comment."

With your permission, I'll link that article to this Hub of yours as 'further reading/information.'

Cheers...voted up across the board.


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barryrutherford 5 years ago from Queensland Australia

great reading well done !


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks again to all and please feel free to share the hub with anyone you wish, I am honored that you all have taken the time to read my story and I encourage you all to share yours.


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randomcreative 5 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Great topic for a hub! This is a very inspiring resource for many young people just starting their careers. Congrats on getting Hub of the Day!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

Thank you and I hope it shows kids and everyone for that matter to go after what they want to do it's ok to change directions a lot or a little.

I am very honored and surprised to receive hub of the day, Thanks for reading


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MPG Narratives 5 years ago from Sydney, Australia

Working in television is a great career, I know because that's where I started my career. I really enjoyed your story and good on you for not letting a male dominated industry stop you. This hub will inspire many others who may be intimidated by male/female domination in their career choice. Thanks and welcome to Hubpages eye say.


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks MPG, I think people should work in whatever field they're drawn to, and am glad to be to share a story that might help people follow their dreams.


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Sinea Pies 5 years ago from Northeastern United States

Isn't it great to be doing what you love for a living? My son, Josh, learned about the sound & lighting industry from my brother. He's good at it. Now, as an adult, he has his own video production company and has won a number of awards for his work. I am so proud of him and grateful that he has a career that is also his passion!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

good for Josh - so you know more than anyone what the industry is really like!

thanks for reading my hub!


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TroyM 5 years ago

Amazing,Fantastic, Motivating challenges...Great!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks for reading and the comments! glad you enjoyed :O)


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina

Awesome, inspiring hub. I so love your can do attitude and believe that's what anyone needs to foster and develop in their life and in particular their career.

I love how your job as waitress led you to what became the job of your dreams.

Welcome to Hub Pages and congratulations on earning a Hub of the Day Award in lightening speed. You're off to a great start here.


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alissaroberts 5 years ago from Normandy, TN

I love this - what an inspirational story to women everywhere! Living with a family of all boys now, it seems I am always hearing girls can't do that. I have to remind them that girls can do anything that boys can do - and sometimes we do it even better ;) Thanks for sharing your story - great job, voted up and awesome!


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eye say 5 years ago from Canada Author

thanks Happyboomernurse, I do have a can do attitude and I really love that I recognized a potential opportunity and took it - maybe one day I'll write a hub on how I talked my way into college 1 week before school began...

alissaroberts these days the doors are open for women to do anything they want and one day we'll stop hearing "girls can't do that". Growing up my dad always said to me "don't tell me that it can't be done, show me how it can". He set me up on a path of problem solving and moving forward through anything - being a girl never came into play as being an issue in our house, so it never has been. Good for you for reminding them. Thanks for reading and your comment, I appreciate it.


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eye-see 4 years ago from canada

Awesome Hub, great inspiration. You make me proud!


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

Thanks eye see, I love inspiring people and have loved my career as a camera operator...

Thanks for your comment!


Muhammad Daud 4 years ago

You're an amazing Lady,,Job well done, I am very impressed! And i am also cameraman in Pakistan. I worked for DAWN NEWS TV.


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

nice to meet another camera operator - you should write a hub on your tv experiences in Pakistan, I'll bet you have an interesting perspective!

Thanks for reading and glad you enjoyed...


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wordmasher 4 years ago from USA

This brought up one of those "what if moments" for me. In the 70's I was training with the army at Fort Monmouth as a motion picture cameraman. One phase of the course was T.V. broadcasting, which I loved so much that that I tried my darndest to get permanently assigned to the military news station at the fort. Didn't work out as I got sent to Fort Bragg and never got to pick up a movie camera again. Not that I am dissatisfied with the path my life did take but but it was stimulating to read your biography and imagine myself in your shoes for a few moments.


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

A good friend of mine was deployed in Vietnam as a radio guy, and did come back working in the industry and he does much more than operating, he's a technical director and director as well as has run several successful production companies. It's never too lat eto pick up a camera and put a story together. The tools out there now are very easy to use and the key to any good production is still KISS!

give it a try ...

thanks for reading!


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proudmamma 4 years ago

An inspiring hub. It proves when you set your mind to something....one can truly accomplish amazing things. The pictures of you in action were awesome. Great read!


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

thanks for reading, it's hard to get pics of me working, so I had to show them off :o0!


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Patti Riggs Hale 4 years ago from Burdette, Arkansas

Interesting read. Enjoyed it very much. I had some of the same thoughts trying to find a career. I was in radio and tv advertising for 20 years but just on a local level. Never had the nerve to strike out on my own (two kids, husband, blah, blah, blah, ;-) to go to a larger market. Good for you!


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

Thanks Patti, I had the opportunity to strike out on my own because I hadn't found my true love at the time and therefore put all my energy into my career; when I relocated into a new market I met my husband, he was my first client and a camera operator as well, so he understood my passion for what I did.

I'm fortunate and grateful to have had the career experiences I did as a camera operator as some physical limitations as a result of an accident may mean a forced change in my career.


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Patti Riggs Hale 4 years ago from Burdette, Arkansas

Based on your writing style I'd say you have a great future as a writer/or a internet marketer/tutor in photography. Is that a possibility?


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

Writing for a living is definitely a possibility, and would be interested if I could make real money at it - but how do you to start? I appreciate the feedback on my writing, I am enjoying it and would love to turn it into real cash!


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Patti Riggs Hale 4 years ago from Burdette, Arkansas

I guess you haven't checked out my hubs yet, ;-)! I don't pretend to have the answer but I do work at trying to find the answer by looking for websites that pay for writing and then writing for some of them and about them and on my hub. I list several sites that pay for writing--and I am working on a website howtofindworkfromhome.com with links to other ways of making money. I'm still finding ways---I've found a lot of websites that pay for stock photos and just haven't written that up yet.

I think you have to end up with your own site and learn how to monetize your site, too, using places like Hub Pages as backlinks to your main site. I'm collecting links of sites that have good free information about seo, keyword research and affiliate marketing.

Like I said--still working on it myself, lol, but you have done quite well having already written 48 hubs in 3 months and 144 followers? Wow! Are you writing anywhere else?


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

ok I'll check out your hubs, I did read one yesterday btu I'll read more. I'm not really getting the concept that comes with SEO and backlinking and how to make that work for you, but your point about using hubpages as a backlink site for your own website is insightful...

I'm obviously trying to figure it out. I am only really writing on hubpages - I set up a couple other blogs but it's hard to keep them all going, so I thought I'd focus on hubpages until I do understand it all.

Thanks for taking the time to explain some details for me, and I will go check out your hubs.

Much appreciated! I may contact you for more info if I need it! thanks again


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Karen Hellier 4 years ago from Georgia

Great story. My daughter is a senior in high school and only just decided she wants to work in television or film. She has applied to 9 colleges and we are anxiously awaiting to see who will accept her. I will have her read this hub so she will know she needs to keep her options open.Great job.


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

@ Karen: the doors have really opened up much more on the technical side of the industry and my advice would be learn how to use the tools of the trade first (and why not get paid to do so?); there's lots of time to apply the knowledge later, but knowing how to make it happen without having to depend on others for completion of your dream : priceless.

The job definitely has it's great moments. Good luck to your daughter, hope she has many great adventures in the biz!


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pedrn44 4 years ago from New Berlin Wisconsin

What a great hub! Congrats on the hubnugget!! I found this very interesting. A fascianting career and a pioneer for women in the field to boot:) Thanks so much for sharing your inspiring story. Voted up!


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

@pedrn44: thanks for reading, I'm glad you found it so inspiring, it has been a fascinating career to say the least!


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ishwaryaa22 4 years ago from Chennai, India

Your amazing hub showed your determination and willpower in your chosen career and at the same time you enjoyed doing it! I appreciate and respect your good attitude and positive thinking. Congrats on Hub of the day and Hubnugget! Well-deserved! Thank you for letting us, readers, take a peep into your awe-inspiring career story!

Thanks for SHARING. Awesome & Interesting. Voted up.


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

@ishwaryaa22: thank you very much, your comments humble me, thanks for taking a moment to read my story and comment, I am finding writing and reading others stories on hubpages just as inspiring!


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rjsadowski 4 years ago

We all have a story to tell and yours is very interesting. The road we follow may have many twists and turns. All that matters is that it finally takes us to where we want to go.


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

@rjsadowski: a story is a just small part of the journey. The road we follow is where the direction of that journey changes where we want to go and can go as a result of the life experiences and skills we acquire along the way. Because change is the only constant in life those twists and turns can lead to very unexpected results giving us the opportunity to constantly take new adventures and risks, going through doors we didn't know existed until they suddenly and unexpectedly appear. I love that about life! Thanks for reading and your comments.


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livingpah2004 4 years ago from USA

Wow! Great passion and inspiration. Loved your story. And Congratulations on Hub of the day award!


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eye say 4 years ago from Canada Author

livingpah: thank you very much, happy to inspire when I can :O)


Sabrina 19 months ago

Awesome story! This strangely is how I'm trying to work my way into being a full blown camera operator for anything. I started college as a Photography major in 2012, and a year and a half in, after getting a job filming football, I switched majors to Media Production and I am trying to get as many experiences I can while I'm at college. Your story gave me a boost and confidence i need to keep oushig for eactly the type of job that makes me happy :)


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eye say 5 weeks ago from Canada Author

I have started a facebook page called I Need a Camera Woman and encourage you, Sabrina, to join. Here is the link

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Ineedacamerawoman/

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