(Sorry, couldn't help myself with the punny title.)
Happy New Year! It's officially 2018. Looking back at last year, it had a lot of downs but way more ups when it came to my photography! The growth in my work has been ridiculous and I'm so happy to share more of my journey in 2018 with you guys. Thanks for sticking around and checking out my shoots every week!
My first shoot of 2018 was with Starr and we tried to stay indoors as much as possible. Massachusetts has been one big icicle for about a week now. As I'm typing this, there's about a foot of snow on the way and more coming down. Obviously, these conditions aren't the best to shoot in. So, we met up in Boston and took advantage of some public (and private) spaces to shoot. Here's the end result:
See you next week!
Welcome to another weekly blog post! This week was Christmas, hooray! Did you get everything you wanted? I got some new prisms and optical tools for my photography, so stay tuned, I'm sure you'll see them in use soon.
I'm very excited to share this shoot with you because it was from my first photography meet-up ever. Nancy from Girl Magic Meets reached out to me a couple weeks ago and asked me to attend their mini-meet over at Lars Andersen Park in Boston. I got the chance to meet a bunch of models, make-up artists, and photographers from the area. The whole idea of GMM is to empower women and show how bad-ass we can be in the industry. We were freezing but these ladies are insane and didn't blink an eye about the cold. Below are some of my favorites from the meet. I'll see you next week!
If there's one thing I can't stand, it's the cold. Living in Massachusetts during the winter proves to be difficult for me, especially when I want to shoot! Luckily, I discovered the Roger Williams Botanical Garden in Providence, Rhode Island and invited Ali along with me to forget about the cold and pretend we're somewhere tropical. Neither of us had been there before but we were pleasantly surprised. This place is like a hidden paradise underneath a pile of snow and glass. Most importantly: it was WARM! Check out our shoot below and maybe you'll feel a bit warmer, too.