After finally calling out a local San Antonio magazine/blog on IG for using photos of Deer Vibes without any credit or permission for the past few years, it had me reflecting on a few things. One of which is that I’m an underdog in San Antonio, in photography, and in the wedding industry. The mainstream
I just returned from a day and a half productivity retreat. Me, my wife, and some friends rented out an Airbnb and spent the time just working. I only checked email, DM’s, texts, and notifications for possible urgent matters. Other than that, I solely focused on working on my business. I began working on things
Right on queue, the new upcoming year hits me with emotions.
Why I don’t search for popularity and instead search for reason, purpose, and self-expression.
Most productivity advice online makes normal people feel guilty. The productivity advice I want to put out online is that it’s okay to be human. No one is perfect.
Guess who’s gonna be paying his upcoming quarterly IRS bill on time? Me! Why? Cause I didn’t have to remember to set aside the money.
If you’re a regular visitor to this personal blog of mine or a stalker of mine over on Instagram, you know Mikey Vibe is my best friend. Aside from that, I think he’s some sort of muse of mine too.
One thing I’m known for is my love of beer and whiskey. And just down the road from our Waco apartment is a local store called Liquor City. Throughout the years I’ve bought a lot of PBR, Lone Star, and various whiskey from this man and his wife.
Band photography always takes me back to my roots of where I started as a photographer. I love photographing the passion of people whether it’s bands performing or the passionate love between a couple. I blend my crazy way of documenting bands with photographing events and people. It’s chaos and I absolutely love it.
Music was a part of my life before photography. Once I failed and failed trying to keep music going, photographing bands became what healed me. It kept me out of severe depression.