CW: Domestic violence and suicidal thoughts 

As a highly talented photographer, graphic designer, illustrator, block print painter, craft beer lover, music and food aficionado, and maker of off-the-chain gyoza, is Aya Tiffany Sato is, as Liz puts it, “one of the most legitimately interesting people.” In this episode, Aya shares about how a Japanese American hair stylist in Texas introduced her family to Christianity, what it means for her to be a queer Christian, and some of her hottest “hot takes” on the wedding photography business. Thank you again Aya for coming on the podcast! And thank you everyone for listening!

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Scandinavianz – Around the Sea

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