I didn’t notice when I logged on this weekend, but I hit the 500 views mark! Don’t be shy, leave me a comment if you’re viewing, I’d love to know who is all out there!
This pic obviously isn’t mine since we haven’t started our season yet. It is however the stadium here and my digital handiwork. Today was a little big of a crazy day at the ballpark, so it’s only fitting that it makes it’s way here.
I finally got the nerve up to ask my boss about some trips back to Colorado. Turns out I had no reason to be nervous. He was completely open to me making my monthly trip back as long as I schedule it during away stands and I also explained to him that I can basically work remotely for them on those trips. So, I’ll be back April 24-29. I have a few appointments that I need to set first (that I didn’t have time for on my March trip back). After that though, my time is up for grabs. I’ll be contacting everyone that has emailed me and left me comments asking for info or showing interest now that I know what to tell you! Drop me an email if you’d like to take a peek at a price list and book an appointment.
Also, I’m working on setting up a mailing list so that I can send out periodic emails to let everyone know when I’ll be in Colorado and when I’m running sales. If you’re interested in getting on that list, email me at email@example.com .
Hopefully the weekend is going well and slowly for everyone! It’s a little dreary here, but thanks to the rain Mitch and I got to hit up a few of the area wineries today. Who would have thought that Indiana and Michigan had vineyards?!
My goal is to include at least one picture in all of my posts from now on (it might not always happen, but I’ll try). I don’t have any session pictures with me today, so I thought I would post up a fun picture of two of my best friends who I miss like crazy. Love you girls!
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)