Bilingual, techie chick with a knack for creative stuff “gets big picture”, makes street photography, will work for cameras, gadgets, great food & travel
by Juliette Mansour, Atlanta, Georgia
Throughout most of my career, I thought my “jack of all trades” reputation was a problem; a wayward wanderlust or some kind of career deficiency. I eventually came to know that there is a place in the world for people of multiple skills. We are able to see and connect with the big picture. We “wear many hats”.
In 2007, I packed up my hats and turned Casa Dresden into a dwelling of creative incarnations for hire. You can start with either of the below to learn more:
For questions or more info, contact me via this site. You can also connect with Casa Dresden and Juliette Mansour Photography via:
*If you didn’t already know it, the word “casa” means “house” in Spanish. Dresden is a city in Germany that survived a great deal of turmoil and rebirthed itself into a cultural and artistic splendor. It’s also the name of the street I grew up on.