I'd like to pretend that I'm living this glamourous life. I'd like to say that I'm up at 2:30am because I'm exploring the nightlife here in New York; the truth is, I'm in my pajamas working on my computer. I've found my groove editing to "Ain't No Rest for the Wicked" by Cage the Elephant, and I'd love to say that's my life. Really my life is "ain't no rest for the girl who has a long to-do list". And I will say I do love this life where photography, work and travel meet.
The longer I'm a photographer the more I have to learn to balance. And actually the more I'm able to find the love and the beauty and the silver lining in life. It seems the less time you have the more you make of what time you do have. I think I've been reading too much about end-of-life-philosophy.
This whole idea of balance is my biggest challenge and a constant learning process. I appreciate all my friends and family and clients who've put up with me, encouraged me and full on cheered me through this (constant) life-juggling.
You are awesome. Cheers.
(p.s. New York is awesome. WAY awesome. Don't get me wrong.)