Charleston….the City that I Love

Charleston….the City that I Love

Charleston has been named the best city to visit by several travel magazines over the last several years. So, I am not alone in my love for it. There’s something about living somewhere where other’s want to be; Realizing every time you venture downtown and see all the wide-eyed tourists how lucky you truly are to live somewhere so rich in history and beauty. Everyone knows all the touristy things and monuments Charleston is known for: there’s Waterfront park with the Pineapple Fountain, the Market, White Point Gardens where a huge canopy of Oaks leads you directly to the Battery and the Charleston Harbor, the horses and carriages, the Charleston skyline beautiful because of its absence of high rises, but rich in beautiful church steeples. Did I mention the food? Oh, the Charleston food.

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Friends and Flips

Friends and Flips

I am going to Preface this blog by saying, I started writing this back in November. The first sentence is “So things have been a little crazy here lately.” And let me tell you, they must have been because I completely forgot I started writing it and never finished! It’s got some good stuff in it, so I finished it off and added a few updates. Enjoy!

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A year of reflection and some big changes….including a name!

A year of reflection and some big changes….including a name!

So since my business one-year anniversary and the new year somewhat coincide, I decided it’s a good time to make changes if I so desired. And as it turns out…I do think it is a perfect time to make a few changes. This year was all about seeing what works and what doesn’t work. It was about establishing relationships with my clients so that hopefully, they will be returning clients. It was about learning so I can continue to grow as a photographer. It was about experiencing different types of sessions, so I could discover my niche.

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