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Reach Greater Depths

Reach Greater Depths

Reach greater depths. Do not allow yourself to be defined by where you are now, but instead by where you are going. The journey is dark, yet when a shining light brightens a dark room it seems more powerful than the same light added to a bright room. Any light, no matter how dim, will guide you through the darkness. When you realize that light must come from within, not from those who may walk beside you,¬†you are infinitely powerful….

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This Is Our Story

This Is Our Story

There will be many mistakes and many triumphs that follow when you choose to pursue your passion. You might feel like you’ll never figure out your style… …or feel feel inferior if you use your bathroom light because you can’t figure out how to turn on the fancy one… …or you may give up on lighting completely and take a chance on the midday sun… …you might create your first big print and only then realize all of the editing…

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Follow the Leader

Follow the Leader

All my life people have asked me if I am a leader or if I am a follower. Undoubtedly you have been asked, or have pondered, the same thing. I used to think I was definitely, 100% a follower. I was afraid to lead people, after all. My shyness always got the better of me. I preferred to be in my head than in a social situation. Everything pointed me in the direction of simply being more comfortable following someone…

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Quotes to Heal a Wintry Heart

Quotes to Heal a Wintry Heart

There is sadness and happiness inside every one of us. If you believe there isn’t, I believe you have not found it yet. We are endless in our emotions, feelings, thoughts and dreams. Our ideas can expand forever, and our capacity for love and loss and regeneration is astounding. We are constantly in flux, always moving down a path we cannot see but trust is there. There comes a time for everyone to feel as though they lost the path…

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How Long It Takes

How Long It Takes

People ask me sometimes how long it took to develop my style, and I think the reason that question gets asked is because it is assumed the answer will be some sort of guideline. I think the question is wrong in the first place though. I find the length of time something took to be irrelevant, whether it be how long an image takes to edit, how long a shoot goes for, how long someone has been doing photography, or…

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