My lack of updates has been few and far between. I understand this. But I have my reasons. In the back of my head, I've been thinking of branching out for some time so that I could start developing changes in my photography. I needed an open window of opportunity where I could ease off the live music. Towards the end of 2018, I found myself shooting less and fewer shows in front of the stage. I admit I was getting a little bored simply because I felt I wasn't being challenged enough. Maybe that could contribute to the lack of shows coming into Ohio. Either way, I do need a change of scenery through my viewfinder. It's time to welcome a new set of moves and start resharpening the blade again.
So now that my live shows will take a back seat and won't be the forefront of my brand, I would like to focus my time on portraiture work. Don't worry, promos for bands/artists will continue. On top of this, headshots, engagements, and seniors will be exciting areas of opportunity to explore further.
This begins the first of what I hope will be many fruitful adventures. Sarah and Brian are my first official clients. I know Sarah from when she started cutting my hair when I moved to Canton about 7 years ago. Sarah has a bubbly personality, and it shows when she's hairdo masterpieces. Ever since I've been growing out my hair (maybe a visit soon couldn't hurt), my visits have been few and far between. BUT I couldn't recommend anyone else to keep that hair in tip-top shape. She's a black belt when it comes to coloring hair!
We had a lot of fun and laughs on a late Sunday afternoon in Cleveland. Sarah loves the city of Cleveland, so I couldn't recommend a more appropriate backdrop. The two left the window of creative open as we started off at Cleveland Museum of Art at University Circle and concluding at the famous 4th Street in downtown.
Thank you so much, Sarah and Brian!