- August 20th, 2012
Kristen & Rob’s wedding was perfect from start to finish. After an epic engagement that took us all over LA, I wasn’t sure it could be topped. I was wrong.
The backdrop was Gordon Ramsay’s The London Hotel in West Hollywood. But it was the people that made the venue.
Rooftop vistas and a west coast / east coast rivalry that made for a fantastic evening.
The ceremony… gorgeous. The couple… in love. Thanks for allowing me to play a part.
- August 5th, 2012
When a family trusts you with a second daughter’s wedding (here is the first), it is both an affirmation and a privilege. Thank you Walker Family! I was eager to give it my all for Jessi & Austin. By request, here is a little tease from the day…
Of course, there’s plenty more to see both from this wedding and other recent work. If you’d like to see more, please check back here periodically as I’ll be posting a lot more work over the coming months (I’ve been really slack with my blogging for far too long – please forgive me) as well as on Pinterest. You can also see my main site or just give us a call anytime at 949-829-3263. Thanks for stopping by!
- June 25th, 2012
Education was always meant to be instrumental to action.
Learning for learning’s sake isn’t enough. It needs to point to something, empowering and making what used to be out of reach, available if I insert some moxie.
The challenge is it’s too easy to make consuming education the point.
The feeling that I’ve somehow done something on the heals of a great workshop or conference is deceiving. In reality, when I experience an educational moment, I’ve actually taken time away from my business and creativity.
It’s only what I do after an educational experience that counts toward progress with my creative profession.
And yet, this isn’t the workshops’ or conferences’ fault. Education and implementation are different beasts. And that, my friends, may be the biggest blind spot in professional photography education: Education is not enough on its own.
The measure – in your clients eyes – is exclusively fixated on what you now do with it.
- May 28th, 2012
I’ve been a fan of Walk in Love since they first launched. I was proud to support them because of what they stood for, how they run their business and because their gear is sweet. Well, this week, our family got a surprise care package to celebrate a new partnership between them and Fast Track‘s Better Together Movement by designing our Official Better Together Tshirts… aren’t they sweet!?!
To celebrate the launch, use the password “bettertogether” and save 15% off anything in their store.
Here’s a closer look at the Better Together shirts…
For more on Walk in Love’s story go here and check out my conversation with TJ on Fast Track Coaching by going here.
I hope you love them as much as we do! Thanks TJ & Brooke!!