I chose to consolidate my photography & writing services—in part because I simply cannot afford to run two working websites. Money is tight these days, especially with COVID-19 wreaking havoc on everyone’s income. It’s my hope that my services are affordable and accessible. I am queer, trans, and disabled. Outside of school, this is the only work I have, and it’s my hope that this well help both my writing and photography services bloom.
I’ve been wanting to do this for a while now, but didn’t have the time or energy until very recently to start trying to work again. Being disabled is a double edged sword—it gives me a unique perspective, but oftentimes makes working a full time schedule very hard. Put that together with a full load of university classes and you have a recipe for a very tired, very overworked Cain.
My time at the University of Central Florida has helped me learn very important time management skills. It has enabled me to do more without tiring myself out. That’s very important considering the fact that, after I graduate, I want to work a full time remote job. I’m excited to start up this website and even more excited to offer my services.