2015 + 2016.
Thank you. It was a glorious two years and two very busy ones.
Today you might have noticed something different or maybe you have for the past few months or so. Theres a brand new website, a brand new look, brand new logo. It’s been fully refreshed. It is honest and it is real. But I’m not here to talk about that. I’m here to tell you I forgot to blog my best of 2015 and I’m here to blog 2016. However, no year should go unnoticed so I’ll just combine the two in to one very long (#sorrynotsorry) blog post. 2015 and 2016 were two of my best years as a wedding photographer while 2017 has already been one of my toughest, I can’t help but look back and be happy at the adventure I had the two year prior. Combined I shot over 75 weddings and elopements, a few dozen engagement sessions, boudoir and family sessions. I photographed weddings and sessions in Portugal, France, Italy, Mexico, Costa Rica, Canada and multiple cities across the United States for which I still have many to blog and tell you about. I lived an incredibly busy life. I hosted my first photography retreat for photographers wanted to just take a break from work, breathe, relate to other photographers and be snowed/iced in a cabin together in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. (stay tuned for 2018) It brought so many people together. 30 to be exact! I competed in competitions, placed in some of those competitions. I traveled all over the place for work and pleasure. I survived driving the Almalfi Coast in Italy without a single scratch on our rental car, dined in a 1500’s castle, swam in the rain, danced, laughed, cried. 2015, 2016, you were really some of the best years of my life and my career. I can only hope 2017 will go up from here and prove to be another best year of my life. Thank you to everyone who has been making all this happen. Friends, family, clients.
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Kalu Ndukwe Kalu
The things you do for yourself are gone when you are gone, but the things you do for others remain as your legacy.