Employee Spotlight: Getting to Know the Leonard’s Team!

 

This month, Marketing Coordinator, Ali Knoll interviewed one of Leonard’s awesome photographers from the Northern Florida region, Brendan Chamberlain. Brendan is a real go-getter! He is always willing to lend a helping hand. Not only does he photograph our students during the fall and spring seasons, but he is one of our senior photographers as well! “Brendan strives for excellence and takes pride in his work. He interacts well with the seniors and their parents while ensuring a memorable experience,” Ralph Smith, Leonard’s Photo Equipment Manager.

 

Check out the full interview!

 

 

We are some of your daily tasks?

 

Taking pictures of students, loading and unloading equipment, driving to schools, and paper work.

 

 

Here at Leonard’s we capture memories! What is one memory you are glad you captured through photography?

 

 All of the moments after my daughters were born!

 

 

 What are three words that best describe you?

 

 Caring, Adventurous, Outgoing

 

 

 Do you have any special talents?

 

I like to act, good with tools, I can roller-blade, and I ran a marathon once. I am ambidextrous, artistic, and I can juggle (not great).

 

 

 

If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?

 

I have a few things! 1. I would love to learn a second language (Italian) 2. Play the trumpet like Miles Davis. 3. Sing well.

 

 

If you could meet anyone, living or deceased, who would it be?

 

My father, he passed away in Sept. 2001 and I would love to see him again. I miss him!

 

 

 

 What is the best part of waking up?

 

Knowing that I have the day to do what I want, perhaps it’s spending the day with my family, working on a painting, or going to the beach to work on my skim boarding. But the best part of waking up is knowing that I have Tracy, Emily and Riley in my life.

 

 

Is a picture worth a thousand words?

 

I prefer my pictures to be worth one word…”WOW”

 

 brendan

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