Green Tomatoes: Cleveland Food Photographer

I've been working more and more on my own personal projects lately. Odd timing, I know, as I am in the middle of my busiest season ever. Maybe I just really enjoy being swamped, maybe it's that I've finally fully absorbed the quote on my fridge magnet, "Life is a journey, not a destination." Perhaps it's a combination of both. The blog has been slacking this year, for sure. For a few weeks I had been silently scolding myself for being so far behind on getting all of my 2014 weddings (to date) uploaded and published. Then I took a step back and acknowledge how much I have grown in the editing department. I finally have a consist method in getting my weddings fully edited, galleries uploaded, hard copies created, packaged and shipped. So while my blog/portfolio may be taking the back burner with wedding season, at least my final products are getting out in a timely manner - and I think that counts for something.

In the midst of all of this, I feel as though I have finally come full circle. I am back to adoring the art of photography as much for myself as I do for my clients. I have begun working on projects that have been on my ever-growing project list for far too many years. Taking the time, if only 10 minutes, everyday to capture something just for me, simply because I want to. I love what I do, and truly have the best job ever. I love my clients and I love each project that I do. With that said,  I never in a million years thought that photography would ever become "a job" in lieu of a passion - and while I really don't think it ever officially did, it was coming close.

So please be patient with me as I do promise to post my weddings and lifestyle sessions soon. In the meantime, I will be posting a lot more personal work!