one year and a half later:I've come to terms with the fact that I CAN'T "be like everyone else" when it comes to eating and drinking what I want, when I want. I'll have to do my own thing for the rest of my life, but I'm actually okay with that.
Having your photos published brings a level of prestige and can give your studio the edge among discerning clients and help you stand out from other photographers in your area. Here are my top 10 tips for getting your photos published. http://www.magazinemama.com/blogs/editors-blog/8594031-tips-for-getting-your-photos-published
Last week I moved away from my hometown and in a couple more weeks I'll be settled into my new home in the U.K. It was a bit hard to stand in "my" field and remember all the photos and memories made there. I wrote a blog post on why I love my town and how hard it was to say goodbye to my little corner of the world. joelrobison.com/index.php/lovelettertocranbrook/