3 Things I am Grateful for in 2020
As this year draws to a close, we are all learning so much about what this year has brought to our doorsteps. I am finding myself more grateful that I could’ve expected a few months ago. As a Denver Fine Art Wedding Photographer, I have seen many challenges this year as a business owner.
Our clients have faced many challenges as well in having to reschedule or fully cancel their wedding plans. This year has taught me so much about the importance of community, even if it is just over Zoom. I believe the need for strong community, finding opportunities to give back, and continuing to learn and grow is our greatest way to thrive in this year. I am grateful how this year has taught me the importance of those things.
As a wedding photographer in Denver, I am so grateful for the wonderful community of vendors and photographers that I have connect with over the years. However this year has taught so many of us, that our community can grow well beyond the boundaries of our city limits. I have had the great honor of joining the Magnolia Rouge community this year as a way to serve our wonderful clients even more.
Magnolia Rouge is a bespoke wedding magazine with a powerful vendor list. I am beyond grateful to be a part of their vendor community, and I am even more grateful for the amazing connections I have made through their online community. So many new connections are just a Zoom call away for us!
View our feature with Magnolia Rouge here.
No.2 The Abundance Plan
Committing to a becoming a lifelong learner is one of my true passions and values. I am continuously seeking ways to grow and learn as a fine art wedding photographer. Within this focus, I joined a course with KT Merry called The Abundance Plan. I have so much gratitude this year for the education, coaching, and support this course has brought my way.
As a wedding photographer, I am committed to honing my artistry to a level of excellence. Thankfully, KT Merry’s course has built a wonderful avenue for such growth.
One of the greatest joys that has come from 2020 for me is the opportunity to give back with the Vow for Girls. Within my work as wedding photographer, I value the opportunity to use our work for good. Vow for Girls is incredible non-profit that stands by their vision to end child marriage.
We would love for you to partner with us, so please consider donating to our campaign with Vow for Girls!
I am looking forward to connecting with clients planning their 2021 wedding. Please, click on the link below to inquire about my availability this coming year!