Introducing New dPS Managing Editor - Caz Nowaczyk

Introducing New dPS Managing Editor – Caz Nowaczyk

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new dPS managing editor - Caz Nowaczyk

Caz Nowaczyk dPS Managing Editor

 

Some of our regular readers may have noticed a new byline on our Weekly Challenge posts recently, and the absence of Darlene Hildebrandt. We announced a while back that after 5 years Darlene was moving on from dPS to focus on her own business – an exciting move for her.

From Darlene:

I’m honored to have been the Managing Editor at dPS for the last 5 years but now it’s time for me to move on to new ventures. It’s been a pleasure curating and publishing all the articles on dPS for you to enjoy and I hope you’ve learned a lot. You’ll be in good hands with the new editor and team of talented writers and photography educators.

Continue on your own photography journey, keep learning and shooting and you may even see my from time to time with a guest article right here on dPS.

Cheers, Darlene

Quietly and confidently slipping into her new role over the past few weeks is Caz (Carolyn) Nowaczyk (much to our General Manager Laney’s relief who got a crash course in editing whilst bridging the gap!).

About Caz Nowaczyk

Caz is a creative sponge and an excellent new asset to our team. As a practicing photographer, filmmaker, designer, songwriter, she follows the philosophy of practicing and sharing creativity to add to a balanced life.

Caz’s love of creativity led her to co-own and operate a community art gallery and performance space for 4 years. It included a photography club, many different creative workshops and hundreds of artists exhibitions.

As an exhibiting artist herself (photography, painting, video and sound installation), supporting other artists is a right fit.

She currently has her own photography and digital media business, Exposure Arts and Media, working on projects for Government and commercial clients.

One of her favorite things to do is photograph the community she is a part of; theatre, cabaret, circus and other areas of performance. She also loves nothing more than to get out into nature with her camera.

On the side, Caz writes and produces music under the pseudonym Dreamgirl and the Motorist, and plays with Sydney band Feick’s Device. She generally keeps this on the down-low though.

Caz is incredibly excited about being the new Managing Editor with Digital Photography School. She loves photography and the dPS business philosophy to help others learn, grow and make an income from doing something they love, is precisely what she believes in.

It seems the stars aligned to bring the two of them together, and Caz can’t wait to share with and learn from the dPS community.

Moving Forward

As a fellow Aussie, we’re looking forward to being able to catch up with Caz in person again later this month, and planning exciting changes for dPS.

We hope you join us in welcoming Caz to the team.

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Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

  • Welcome Caz. Great to have you steering the ship and I look forward to your posts and interacting with you. With your diverse creative interests and experience I am sure you’ll add more depth and colour to dPS.

  • Ursula M. Friend

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  • Mark Hughes

    Looking forward to working more with you Caz! Welcome aboard

  • Adedotun Ajibade

    Welcome Caz!

  • Deborah K. Burks

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  • Caz Nowaczyk – Editor

    Thanks Kevin! I’m excited to get to know everyone.

  • Caz Nowaczyk – Editor

    Thanks Adedotun!

  • Caz Nowaczyk – Editor

    Thanks Mark. It’s great to be on board and I’m enjoying working with everyone.

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