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California | Fujifilm cameras + love

Hi there!
I’ve been telling myself and all the social media’s that I will blog more, especially personal work so here’s a go at it.

I do believe it’s so important for photographers to take a break from shooting “work” to just document for fun with no expectation or delivery time frame. (I’m still working to make this a habit) but I’ve been carrying my Fujifilm camera more often and it has been giving me much life, especially when doing things like hanging in California with my hunny.

While on this “journey” of carrying my camera more often, I’ve found my all time favorite camera strap. (shameless plug) Todd handcrafts these in beautiful full-grain leather with anchor attachments that attach/detach easily… so if you shoot two bodies with a Holdfast Gear Money Maker (or something similar for work) it allows you to switch systems in a whim.

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If I were to move again, I’d probably choose California. I love being close to the ocean, the mountains and the desert, ya know?


Mel’s face the moment a giant gust of wind blew my hat off a cliff and into the ocean.


Sometimes (most times) things don’t go as planned. It seems life will forever be this way, maybe that’s why I don’t really like making plans. The above picture is basic as heck, but it’s also on a day when we found out our flights were cancelled for the 5th time, it was -30 outside, we were hungry and the hotel kind of smelled weird. Anyway, perfect time for a high school selfie.



I love living out west… give me all the mountains and desert plains, but sometimes I really miss the coast.


it’s art

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it was pretty neat, we saw lots of Joshua Trees


That’s all.

This is my attempt at sharing some personal work and hopefully a reminder to not stop doing what you love, even when it gets mundane.