Yes, it has been quite some time since I have blogged…Let’s just say it’s been quite a whirlwind the last couple of months…
So photography wise, it’s been quite busy.
Pageant season is upon us…Miss Gay Pennsylvania United States at Large, Miss Gay Maryland United States at Large, Miss Pennsylvania Femme Fatale and Mister Gay Pennsylvania United States MI plus many more to come within the next few weeks and months…
It’s wonderful to be the Official Photographer for the Gay United States Pageant System. We are able to photograph so many talented entertainers.
Thank you again to JP & Amanda Gulla of Big Daddy Productions once again.
Have also been photographing ITT Technical Institute ~ Owings Mills graduates. It nice to see such accomplishments by all of these fine men and women. At this last graduation in September, I was able to see and photograph an amazing thing. A mother & son graduating together. The pride seen on both of their and their families faces was amazing.
Have lots of shoots coming up…Graduations, senior portraits, sweet sixteens, etc.
Now on a personal note. Things have been just as hectic. The beginning of high school for our daughter, lots of travel, retirement is fast approaching for Michael, and health issues with me. For those who are not aware, I am fighting breast cancer and I do mean FIGHT. It’s been harder since I have NO insurance in Pennsylvania, I have to travel to Salt Lake City every few weeks for treatments, doctor appointments, etc. I just want to say a HUGE Thank you to all of my family (and you know who you are and too many to name & and I know if I leave anyone out, I will never hear the end of it, lol!!!) ) in Salt Lake City for supporting me while Michael & Melanie are in Pennsylvania doing what they have to do. I am going to be blogging more about this journey as it not only helps me but hopefully will inspire others!
Well, that’s about it for now…And to quote a friend of mine, EsQ, “When someone you care about, is going through more than you could ever imagine. You want to take the pain away. Take it on as your own, and heal them. I pray for you my love, my heart will not beat the same, until you and I are together laughing again. Please Lord, make this right, for them and for me.”