It’s funny how life turns out. If you had asked me my senior year of college where I saw myself 25 years later, I would have told you I would be a medical physicist calibrating radiation equipment in area hospitals. I’d be living in a city apartment. I wouldn’t own a car. I’d walk everywhere. My kids would attend a school just a few city blocks away. I’d have a cute little dog that we’d take for walks in Rittenhouse Square.
Fast forward to now. I’m a photographer. I’m a designer. The only machines I touch are my canon gear + my apple goodies. I live in an old beach house at the shore. I own a car. and it’s big. I drive everywhere. Because it’s too hard to walk with three kids in tow. But I do have that dog (two actually) and we do go for walks on the boardwalk not at a park.
Life changes. You change. Your family changes. Before you know it. Let’s capture it. Because you never know where you will be tomorrow let alone in 15 years.