This little guy stole my birthday and he is the best present I've ever received.
We're so excited to meet our baby!
My good friend Caleb married the love of his life and I got to spend the whole day hanging out with them. It doesn't get much better than that.
Getting to work on this project was a blast and we were all so stoked with how it turned out.
Just three months into 2015, my trusty camera of 4 years bit the dust. It just straight up stopped working and couldn't be revived. Thankfully, I have some incredible friends who own similar cameras and I have been able to borrow theirs almost whenever I have needed since then. I still haven't been able to purchase a new camera yet but my hope is to save up for a new one in the coming year. Without having a DSLR of my own, I've learned how to get the most out of my camera phone and more importantly, I've learned how to enjoy moments better.
If you don't have anyone to root for in the coming Olympic Games, now you do. My good friend Marc and I had the joy of making this video for a fellow Coug.
Flash and Madeline are fellow Cougs and they also look like models. We took photos on a very windy afternoon and learned how to use the breeze to our advantage.
My good friend Stephen married the girl of his dreams. I had the joy and privilege of spending the whole day following them around with a camera. I wouldn't have it any other way.
I didn't officially meet Flash and Madeline until after my friend Andrew and I had taken about 100 photos of them. It was a quiet Wednesday afternoon at The Coug and I was told the night before to be ready at noon. I convinced my good friend Andrew Lang to skip class and join me. We readied our cameras and we had no idea how beautiful the moment was going to be.
When my job involves camping on a warm weeknight, massive waterfalls, friends, and breathtaking sunrises - I have no complaints.
Check out the resulting video: