Last year was a year of introspection for me. My family had some serious health issues (that we overcame, thankfully) and in order to help with this challenge, I scaled way back on my photography business.
In addition, Bryan and I have been talking for years about leaving San Antonio, and ultimately Texas, if we found a property to build our retirement home on. We did!
So, it is with a heavy heart, that I am saying good bye to the commercial part of SnowPro Photography. I just processed the last portraits I created for my neighbors and I will not be taking any more projects on for other people.
When my daughter wanted to study commercial graphic design, I said, “Okay, but understand that in doing so, you will be expending your creative energy to further someone else’s dream, someone else’s vision.” Providing a service, such as photography, is the same thing. I was always at someone’s event, covering that or creating a portrait for someone that I really didn’t have a stake in (except to have the next job come in.)
What does the next phase hold for me? Right now, concentrating on getting my current home/studio ready to sell and divesting of items I do not need. Next, building my new home. And finally, art. Will photography be part of it? Yes! I have many personal projects that i have been saving for such time, and ideas galore. So, be patient with me my friends. This blog will end up being a journal of the current state of things.