2018 was a year I turned 34 years old.
2018 was a year where I my sweet Etta James Loafman passed away in her sleep.
2018 was my 5th year in business.
2018 was my 3rd year doing this full time.
2018 was comprised of about 60k photographs from my cameras.
2018 was shared with the loveliest clients anyone could ask for.
2018 was shared with so many talented people on my projects.
2018 was a year that I realized how much I fear success.
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2018 was a year of personal reflection.
2018 was a year of many mistakes.
2018 was a year of hard truths.
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2018, you taught me a lot. Thank you.
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Thank you to everyone that has helped me, hired me, modeled for me, and inspired me.
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Comments

Jerri Jordan
I just want to say that I think (and I realize I don’t KNOW know you) that you are just super cool. No photog gushing or anything like that. Thank you for taking your time to view us and each client as a person and just being a person with us. Seriously one of the highlights of our day with you was you and Jake just being excited to smoke and hang out like people! I know we all battle things we don’t always discuss or that make us feel alone. And words are sometimes just words. But meeting you and having you document our day was the highlight of my year. We have had a hell of a year. We got married and bought a house. But we also had deaths, dealt with addictions and mental illness and getting to know a little piece of you and knowing we weren’t being judged or questioned. That you can were genuine to me from the moment I first started talking to you and just handled the madness that my husband and I invited you into. Thank you for being you. And of course, ya duh. You’re like so fucking badass at photography. I just wanted to let you know that I see you as a bit more than that and I’m happy to have got to get to know you a bit. Happy new year. And I can’t wait to see what your brain inspires us all with this year. 🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼