One of my resolutions for business in 2014 was to launch a website. A few weeks ago, I heard someone say that you cannot have a website without a blog, and you cannot have a blog without a website. While a blog was on my "I'll get to it eventually" list, after researching and following other creatives, I found it would be a great step to take into the new year.
I want to keep my future posts short in text, great in content. This post is not only an introduction, but also a review of my progress this year. The photos below are in order from the start of last January to a few days before the end of December. While I am missing a few secret projects as they are still in post processing, this still gives a good overview. There is no specific genre, only my personal journey of the most memorable year of my life. 2014 was the end of my childhood, beginning of my adulthood, and the greatest expansion of my artistic ability in my opinion. 2015 marks the start of my adult life as a professional portrait photographer.
I hope you'll join me.
(that final image is a reminder I need to take new pictures of myself oops)
***The image with the angel on the swing was styled by Hunter Leone and shot at the Three Nails Workshop in December 2014***