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If you’re reading this, first of all, thank you so much for stopping by. I know the Internet is a noisy, crowded place in “normal” times, but it has felt even more so in the recent weeks. Understandably so: we’re stuck at home, some of us with little to no work to do, so we’re trying to find ways of generating a little bit more income to pay our bills and/or doing our best to stay connected. It’s been heartwarming to see such a strong sense of community emerge amidst all the fear and the uncertainty, but it has also felt like a bit of a sensory overload at times, and I’ve been reluctant to add to the noise.
So what I am doing here, then? Well… the truth is, I like to help.
It’s at the core of who I am, and something I try to keep in mind when I’m working. I don’t see photography as just taking pretty pictures to post online — to me it’s a way of helping artists and creatives on their journey, helping them reach more people who might want to listen to what they have to say. And so, in times where we can’t get together to take photos or film music videos together, I would still like to help.
This post is for you if you’d like to take better photos. If you’d like to film yourself at home and make your videos stand out more. If you’d like your grid to look just a tiny little bit tidier, or your stories to be more engaging. Mostly, it’s for you if you’d like to learn something different, try out new tools and have fun. I think we all need to have a little bit of fun these days… So if you’re up for all that, let’s dive in. 🙂