I’m sitting at the airport enjoying a little downtime before my flight and thought this would be a great opportunity to thank everyone who made time to their me shoot their families and little ones on this trip. Also, my friends and family who I already miss soooo soooo very much. See you all soon.
Here’s a shot of me being bored enjoying DIA from my MacBook. Also, a good chance to show off the hair chop that I squeezed in yesterday. I’m almost a foot of hair lighter than when I came to Colorado.
When Mitch and I moved out here I commited that I was finally going to put everything into my photography and just do it and go full time. For the last couple of months I’ve done exactly that and have loved every second of it. Nothing is going to change with my photography, but I also had a pretty great opportunity come along.
Most everyone knows that Mitch and I are a baseball family. We’re big Rockies fans and we both could watch baseball and softball until we’re blue in the face. What brought us out to Indiana was baseball. Mitch is the head grounds keeper for the Gary Southshore Railcats, a minor league baseball team. Last week Mitch asked me if I would be interested in trying for a position with the team. It turns out that their current photographer and graphic designer is taking a job in the city (Chicago). Well, Monday I start as the graphic designer and photographer for the Railcats. I’m incredibly excited for this chance and am thinking that mixing in this extra creativity is only going to help my photography. So, if I come up missing a little these next couple of weeks please bear with me while I adjust to essentially two full time jobs.
I will still be making regular trips back to Colorado for shoots. The only dates that are set in stone right now are Aug 30 and Oct 4. I am looking for more appointments around those days. Besides that, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know when you’d be interested in setting up a time.
(from the photo booth on my mac)