A couple of weeks ago I was interviewed for the popular podcast fulltimephotographer.com. I was excited to be a part of it and am really happy with how it turned out. If you would like some insight into how I started my career and my philosophies on working in photo industry. Go check it out. Thanks to Josh Rossi for the letting me contribute. It was a great experience. Here is the link to the interview.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about why people like to read blogs and what the real purpose of them is, especially in regards to my blog. I’ve always kind of struggle with what to write and what to put on it. I think that people want to read and associate with things that are authentic and real. Being a freelance photographer isn’t easy. I love it, and feel so blessed to do what I love every day. I wouldn’t want to do anything else, but it takes a ton of work to be successful. In an effort to show that I’ve decided to be more authentic and real when it comes to what I write about and show on my blog. It seems like everyone and especially photographers want to paint this picture of how cool and successful they are through their social media and their blogs and I think people get kind of sick of it. I know I do. I want to show a more real side of the photography world. The experiences that I have on a daily basis being a photographer that are both good and sometimes not that great. What I learn and how I learn it in an effort to help others along the way. Come along for the ride and I hope you like it and find it interesting. Thanks for reading and for your support!
Happy New Year! I wanted to thank everyone for their support and am looking forward to a great new year. I love the holidays and I’m exited to start 2013. It’s going to be a great year! Here is a few photos I shot on Christmas Day. I was hanging out at my parents house and looked outside to see some amazing light and fog. I grabbed my camera and ran out the door into the 15 degree weather. It was worth it. Cheers to a new year!