This week, I’ve been settling into my new lifestyle in Los Angeles, and editing photos I took along my trip across the U.S. One of the amazing things I got to do on that journey was rest and rejuvenate with my sister, her husband, and their kids in Colorado Springs.
I sat down with the incredibly personable Glenn Navia in his recording studio, The Sound Distillery, in NYC to try capture what makes him such a light to be around. He seems to radiant joy and zest for life, and couldn’t contain his smile for my camera. And, of course, I had some questions about his creative process, as well.
Writing has always been my path to sanity, something to soothe the gremlin-like thoughts which try to convince me that they are the whole of me.
This past week, I’ve been editing some awesome cold-weather family photos – who says winter isn’t a great time for portraits?
Yesterday, I drove over the river from Missouri and across the entire state of Kansas and into Colorado, and the sky spoke in 360 degrees.
The third weekend in September 2013, I was in Moledo, Portugal. I photographed a wedding the night before, and was invited to imbibe with the bride and groom and their friends after I’d finished my duties.