Ruth Lloyd Photo & Writing
For Ruth Lloyd, adventure goes hand-in-hand with photography and writing. “I became an entrepreneur to be able to pursue my passion of feature photography and writing,” she explains, “and further my goal to obtain more freedom and flexibility in my profession.”
On her blog there are photos and stories from a trip to South America to document the plight of female prisoners. “I like being able to combine writing and photography into features. My internship in Bolivia allowed me to produce writing and photography documenting a human rights project in the country.”
The depth of experience and photography gives her a unique perspective. She does local photography and can produce images including postcards and photo cards, and provides editorial and commercial photography in addition to on location portraits. She also does freelance writing of course, and layout or design work in production of marketing materials.
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Meet Ruth Lloyd
Meet Ruth Lloyd
Ruth Lloyd initially came to Fort St. James on a temporary basis and fell in love with the town and the location. She feels fortunate to live close to everything and enjoy an amazing view of Stuart Lake. “Fort St. James is a beautiful place which is not only filled with some amazing people, but it is located on the shores of the stunning Stuart Lake. And being within minutes of a super fun, community-run ski hill really does offer a great lifestyle on your doorstep.” In her spare time, she enjoys yoga, mountain biking, snowboarding, rock climbing, hockey and cross-country skiing. Ruth is an outdoor enthusiast and feels very lucky to live and play in Fort St. James. “I have travelled to many parts of the world, but it's always nice to come home again,” she says.
She is an active member of the Community Arts Council of Fort St. James, and one of the volunteer photographers for the Pin Up Calendar for a Cause project. Ruth is a volunteer foster home for the Fort St. James Humane Society, and a member of the Stuart Lake Sailing Club, Music on the Mountain Society and Murray Ridge Nordic Ski Club. She was also a board member for the Murray Ridge Ski Area.