QuickBooks Online and Fundbox help Carol M. Highsmith focus on capturing a lasting photographic legacy for generations of Americans to savor. For world-renowned photographic artist Carol M. Highsmith, the importance of time cannot be overstated. Christened ‘America’s Photographer,’ with very good reason, she has embarked on a momentous undertaking; to capture all 50 states inunprecedented detail.
To Carol, more time means more photos, different perspectives, an extra day here, an hour longer in the editing suite, time to plan 2016’s adventures and more opportunities to woo the donors who – crucially – fund her work.
“At the rate of three states a year, it will take the next 15 of 16 years to complete; the entire rest of my life,” says the 69-year-old snapper who is donating her entire 100,000-photo strong collection to the Library of Congress, where she is one of an elite club of living photographers to have a personal archive.
As a self-employed photographer who lives on the road, driving from state-to-state, Carol says it’s just “not an option” to spend her days slaving over the books, managing expenses, collating receipts, chasing up payments and stressing over cash flow.
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