Tuesday, April 15, 2014

harp photoshoot

this is heaven

I have another fun shoot to share with you all! You can head on over to my photography blog to read more about it.






Saturday, April 12, 2014

the laundromat

the laundromat

Be sure to check out the entire series here!

This photo series was to promote a play put on by one of the students I go to school with, and it was definitely a fun experience!

Director: Cambria Herrera
Hair + MUA: Sara Jodway
Costume: Alyssa Rands
Models: Sierra Brambila & Alanna Archibald



Wednesday, April 9, 2014

wrath



Hello all! I'm trying out something a bit different with blogging, and have decided to move all my photography related topics to my website. But don't worry, Introvert's Introduction will continue to be a diary/lifestyle sort of place and I will always create a post linking to my website when I post something new.

So if you want to check out some behind the scenes photos and the story behind this picture, be sure to check out my photo website here!


Friday, April 4, 2014

the "demise" of traditional book publishing

I remember when I was a lot younger going to my first writer's conference and being scared to death of the fact that traditional book publishing was headed downward. Now, many years later, I'm not so scared. In fact, I am incredibly optimistic about the future of reading and the technology that surrounds it, especially being someone who partakes in the technology (hello, blogging). Information and knowledge is becoming more and more accessible, and though this is the first generation that lives in a world their parents cannot teach them about (ie exponential expansion has caught up with us), we are doing fairly well with what have we been given. As with literally everything in life, there are pros and cons to the rise of e-books and online libraries. And despite what some people may desire, the fact of the matter is that technology is advancing and the only way for traditional publishers and writers to succeed is to advance alongside it. In today's culture, even though there never has been a more saturated market, it is perhaps even more important for a writer to produce quality work. There's no demise, there is simply a fear that many people have given into and that fear is holding progress back.

Who knows what the future may hold, but it sure is bright.










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