I leave for Italy today. I’m off to shoot the wedding of Karoline and Andrew in Rome, then take a stab at Lovato visions of Venice, Sienna, Florence and Tuscany. I couldn’t be more excited to explore this beautiful country I admire so much and document a Catholic wedding celebration in one of the oldest and most historical cities in the world. It is surely to be an exciting journey…professionally, photographically and personally, always.
I can’t really say much more than that right now. I hope to blog while I’m there but not sure how much time I’ll want to take away from experiencing this travel in its fullest. We’ll see.
For now, I’m just going to open myself to the exploration and discovery of new parts of myself and my profession. I’ll stay on track where the tracks may lead, yet remain unafraid to derail and follow a few roads unknown. I’ll walk. I’ll dream. I’ll take every moment possible to appreciate my open eyes and all that they’ve been graced to see.
train tracks shot in Chicago, Sept 30, 2011
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