2013, a Year in Review

As the year comes to a close, I have been thinking about the year with it’s many photographic endeavors.  From dozens of product shoots for Red Clay Farm to photographing a wedding, going to Israel as a photographer with an archaeological expedition, to making images for posters that were used by two organizations for advertising. 

2013 has been a year of many firsts, as I have said in the past, photography is all about learning.  Learning to see when the light is magical, learning from past mistakes and making the most of opportunities that come your way to step out of your comfort zone and try something new.  As 2014 approaches, I can’t wait to see how many of the photos I have planned will become a reality.  Photographically speaking, I will be starting the off with a bang as I will be leaving on assignment for the Adventist Review, on January 1st to photograph GYC. (Generation of Youth for Christ)  Stay tuned for the photos.  Happy New Year y’all. 🙂

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