Not going to lie, Senior season was amazing but exhausting. I found myself struggling to get into the groove when editing. Sometimes all I want to do is edit and other times I only want to shoot. It takes soooo long to edit a gallery and I think lots of people don’t realize that. I think my senior session take about 5 hours to edit (without counting the time I spend getting distracted) and even though I break it up through a couple days it still makes me go crazy. My attention span is very little and I get distracted so easily. DONT GET ME WRONG THOUGH, I love photography. I love capturing the personality of each and every person I photograph. I have met sooooo many amazing people this year through my photography. Even though I get stuck in ruts and want to give up sometimes, I wouldn’t trade this job for the world. So cheers to the end of fall senior season and the start of a new season 🥂💗
I had a wonderfully refreshing and much needed night spent up in Bellingham with a handful of my favorite people; you all have such beautiful hearts! I’m so glad I was able to see as many of you as I did, in as short of a time as it was, but there are still so many of you I missed!
Thank you @o.j.richard for letting me catch a ride with you, and for putting up with our impromptu photoshoot!
Yesterday evening two hours before we were supposed to fly to Seattle for the weekend our flight was canceled. How do you make bomb ass lemonade out of lemons? You throw everything in the car and take an epic road trip instead so you don’t miss your favorite podcast duo Georgia and Karen of the true crime comedy podcast @myfavoritemurder live! And you even squeeze in a quick visit to @pikeplacepublicmarket 😍 #seattle#aov5#visualsoflife#exploreseattle#murderino#roadtrip#obligatoryshot
Went hiking, saw all the leaves before they fell off the trees, casually drove through a snow storm, and snagged some spotted cow. Honestly what could be better?! 🤷🏻♀️
📸: @rachel_bach (Last pic. Squinty eyes for life ✌🏼)