When Christina Entenmann-Edwards moved to southern West Virginia in 2008, she had no idea what to expect.
At the time, she was going through a few life changes and felt trapped and like she had nothing to offer the state she now calls home.
“It was really tough to live here at first,” said Edwards, 39 and a native of Connecticut. “I felt like I didn’t have a real skill to offer. I wasn’t a nurse or a doctor or an engineer.”
However, what Edwards did have was a love for the arts, specifically photography.
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