Part 3 – Developing Your Style Personal Experience Not knowing what your style is can be frustrating and crippling to your career. Your work will lack focus and prevent you from becoming great. I talked in part 2, Why You Must Find Your Style, about my frustration as I entered the work force after college. This frustration created a huge mental barrier and gave me an excuse to not shoot as much as I wanted to or should have. Although I never gave up photography or even the love of it, I did shoot less and often wouldn’t touch a camera for... Read more
I fell in love with photography as a high school student when I borrowed my mom’s camera, a Canon AE-1. After high school, I attended Sam Houston State University where I earned a B.A. in Photography. I initially worked as a Photo Editor and Studio Photographer. I have opened and closed my own wedding photography business, but finally found my passion 8 years ago when I started teaching high school photography. Currently, I run a large photography program at a local high school where I have the privilege to inspire and create with the next generation of artists.