I’ve been TERRIBLE at blogging and even posting lately but I am very thankful for everyone who has been supportive throughout my busy time in grad school. For those of you who are curious about how I am - I have just wrapped up my first year of grad school!!! It’s insane. I never thought that I would be attending this school but to finish my first year - it’s unbelievable. I have met so many wonderful people and have learned of so many opportunities where I can merge my photography and love for public health which a step in the right direction.
BUT back to this beautiful shoot. This was a wonderful shoot that I had done back in March. It was a dream!!! I’ve been dying to shoot Nashali and it seemed that everyone fell in love with this shoot as much as I did. I was able to just play around with one of the most beautiful humans and create some magic. I’ve been in such a photography rut lately that it’s been difficult for me to make work that I am actually proud of - but thankfully Nashali was patient and I was able to finally create something that I am genuinely proud of. And the kicker? These photos were taken in my grandma’s development where they were doing construction, just proves we need to make use of our surroundings! There’s no such thing as an ugly location!!! I hope you guys love these as much as I do!