Rhonda Vincent profiled in new book

A Day in the Life of the American Woman – How We See Ourselves is the title of a new book of photos and essays from Bullfinch Press, documenting a typical day in the life of 50 diverse American women. Rhonda Vincent was chosen as one of the women worthy of this profile, and on August 8th of this year, she was tailed by noted photo-journalist Karen Ballard for 24 hours.

Rhonda is understandably delighted to find herself featured in the book:

“It was awesome to work with Karen. It’s thanks to her world class photography, that my photos made the final cut. Karen was right at home on our tour bus, and insisted that every shot be authentic.”

More than 50,000 images were submitted to the editors, Sharon Wohlmuth, Carol Saline and Dawn Sheggeby, who had to select 200 from among them as the basis for the book, in bookstores now.

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