We love being busy and that’s a good thing because that’s exactly what we’ve been lately! I’m finally taking a few minutes to sit down and reflect on the past few weeks (and months) and it’s making me smile! We’ve had so many wonderful new clients, as well as having the amazing opportunity to work with our favorite repeat clients! I’ve even had the opportunity to “reunite” with past friends through our portrait sessions! Thank you all so much for allowing me to photograph you and your loved ones!
A few notes about what we’re up to right now:
We’ll be at the Home Show this weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds and would love to see you stop by! We are offering a show special – so come take advantage of that! We’ll be in Affordable Framing Plus’s booth (by the restrooms), so you can also take advantage of their show special and get your new portrait framed!
We are applying for a grant to continue our work with the women in Nampula, Mozambique, Africa – so wish us luck! Our proposal is due May 1st and then we have to wait two months so find out whether we won! We hope to create a second book to continue raising support and awareness for these amazing women!
We just photographed prom for Durango High School this past Saturday night and it was so much fun! All the young ladies looked beautiful and the young men looked so handsome! I saw so many dresses that I wanted; sadly, there’s not enough room in my closet currently for all the clothes I have. So, no new dresses for me.
I am still working on the display for Rocky Mountain Children’s Clothing – so stay tuned and I will let you know as soon as those images are hanging!
I branched out to food photography this week and photographed the processes that occur to make the wonderful food at Cocina Linda! If you haven’t eaten there yet, please do! Linda is amazing and her food is just as amazing! We will be displaying wall collages of her dishes – start to finish – so check those out in the near future as well!
There are a hundred other things I would like to list, but I’ll save some for the next post…