A Vision

If I could use one word to describe Judd, it would be “vision.”  He is a man with a strong vision for everything that he produces, whether it involve words or the beautiful images he captures with his cameras. As an artist myself, I know how difficult it can be to reconcile the spirit of art with the reality of the world.  Yet he seems to do it almost effortlessly, though I know the process requires a great deal of time and hard work.  He uses that talent to capture moments in time for countless people and organizations, and often does so out of his own pocket.  It’s something I can truly appreciate, and commend him for.  He is a man of vision, and uses that vision to not only create art, but to give back to others.  Happy birthday Judd, may you have many more happy years to come!

-Katherine Elise

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Avens O'Brien is a second-generation libertarian residing in Los Angeles, where she spends a lot of time discussing the Federal Reserve and emerging markets while working at Euro Pacific Capital. Though her career is in the fufillment of economic liberty, she prefers to write about the intersection with social liberty causes and their mutual importance. Her anti-war protesting had her campaigning and volunteering for Michael Badnarik (LP) in 2004 and Ron Paul (R) in 2008, and she was Vice Chair of the New Hampshire Libertarian Party from 2006-2008. She's a Twitter and Facebook agitator, a contributor for DL Magazine, and Thoughts on Liberty, and also articulates life experiences and their lessons on her personal blog: Taste it Twice. She also has a peculiar obsession with birds and dinosaurs AND outer space. You can meet her at Freedom Fest in Las Vegas every year, or at Burning Man if you're that wild.

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