2015 Year End Review
"When something seems true to me, it becomes part of me. That is how I learn."
What can I say about 2015, a lot I guess! This year was spent taking on less projects and spending less time behind the camera. Compared to previous years, my motivation to attend so many events and find artists for creative development decreased tremendously. I felt I needed to pace myself so that I didn't start to develop any ill feelings towards my passion for photography. The life of an artist is often a tough one. There is a balance that is much needed like all things in life. I want to create as much as possible, but the creations aren't enough to sustain my lifestyle, so basically "work" has to happen to fund the movement. I have spent the majority of the year working on creative ideas, and also strategies that will increase my brand exposure. I am ready for the new year to show the world what I have learned so far. I am humbled by each and every one of you that take the time out of your busy lives, to share in a piece of mine. Thanks again! Here are a couple of shots from this past year. Enjoy.
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