One of the first things I learned as a photographer is that creativity doesn’t thrive well in a vacuum.
When I first started my business, the majority of my time was spent working alone behind a laptop and it was incredibly easy to creatively plateau. I benefitted exceptionally from other photographers and entrepreneurs who were willing to answer questions, share their creative tricks, and give business advice. When I was in a creative slump, I’d read blogs, watch videos, and set up meetings with other creatives to bolster my creativity and give me the incentive to keep growing my business. I want to offer the same creative incentive to you.
I definitely haven’t “made it”.
I’m pretty convinced that I’ll be growing creatively for my entire life. There won’t ever be a point where I have nothing more to learn or can’t be inspired to keep growing. But there are things I’ve learned along the way. Creative tips and tricks that would have helped me so much when I first started. And I’d love the chance to give you the creative push that I so coveted when I was just getting going.
This section is where I’ll be posting information on workshops I’m offering, mentoring possibilities, and other relevant content for photographers.
Feel free to contact me with further questions or if you’d like to set up a time to chat!
+ Nikon D810
+ Nikon D750
+ Nikon 35mm f/1.4
+ Nikon 85mm f/1.4
+ Nikon 105mm f/2.8 Macro
+ Langly Alpha Pro Backpack