I shot my first weddings last year and I had once said I would never shoot weddings. I love love love photographing weddings now.
I get to be around couples in love. Infectious love that fills me at each wedding ceremony.
I had been seeking for a path a way to balance out the war and violence that I cover as a photojournalist and now I get to spend days with people in love.
The hardest thing this last year was that my cat I had carried back from Iraq was run over by a car. I will forever miss "Sapper".
On the top ten list of really great:
I won the photo competition and the ShootQ grant set up by Rachel Lacour her husband Andrew Niessen and judged by Dawn Davis, Joe Bussinick,Jasmine Star and more.
This gave me the passage to Eastern Congo where I met nine-year-old Belice, her family and her village. It was if Belice and her village were waiting for me to arrive. I had made plans before I went but they each fell apart one-by-one.
Meeting Belice was random nothing but serendipity. Not really. I know before I could have imagined it, it was a setup, the planning had already taken place. And so perfectly.
My Favorites | Easy Canvas Prints - I'm posting over at snip & scribble today about my awesome experience at Easy Canvas Prints. Here's a little sneak peak: *Ever since we had Emily’s 1st ...
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