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About Sophie Doell

Sophie Doell Thank you for taking the time to get to know a little bit about me!

I started playing with a camera when I was about 10 years old and talked my mother into giving me one. I taught myself photography through trial and error the same way I learned many things that sparked my interest in childhood.

When I was 13, my family immigrated from Bangkok, Thailand, to the United States and settled in one of the suburbs of Los Angeles, California. I was inspired to pursue photography a little more seriously while admiring Ansel Adams’ photographs of Yosemite National Park. After taking a year of high school photography class, the camera now became more than just a toy; it became a mean of self-expression. And photography became an art, like music, a way to communicate with
the world.

The years went by, and I met a fun and long-suffering guy at UCLA who was crazy enough to be my husband. We started a family quite soon after we got married, and after working outside the home for a while, I decided to work at home raising our then 2 young boys instead. A few more years went by and we ended up with 6 children. Oh, I forgot to mention that part of my job at home was also homeschooling the kids. I was a very busy Mama! Not much time for photography then (not much money either). Those days, my photography work consisted of snapshots on birthdays and family vacations. That is, if I could chase the kids down and keep them out of
trouble!

More years went by. . . We moved from California to Indiana, and as the kids became more independent, I found myself with time to pursue photography again. After seeing my family’s eyes glazed over whenever I talked about photography, I decided to find other photographers to share my passion with. So, in May of 2012, I joined Photo Venture Camera Club in Indianapolis, and a year later, Hamilton County Photography Group. Over the past 6 years, I have made many new friends who taught me much about photography as well as life. It’s been a pleasure and an honor to have met so many professional and semi-professional photographers whom I now call friends.

I moved with my family to Noblesville in December, 2015. Living so close to the Birdie Gallery, I naturally joined the Hamilton County Artists’ Association, where I met more wonderful people who share my passion for artistic expressions. Nowadays, I have a “day jobâ€