Partners in crime...
Erika and I just finished the busiest season of our careers by FAR! 6 different cities, a bunch of love stories, and even some promo shoots. The season is finally starting to wind down a bit but that doesn’t mean we get to rest! We still have some exciting shoots coming up and whole boat loads of edits to crank out during the winter season.
6 years ago when we started our professional career in this field... They told us a career in filmmaking and photography was too unrealistic. That we should go to school and study something more useful. Hundreds of clients later, we are still doing what we love and continuing to grow our knowledge and skill in the craft. Despite being beat down countless times, despite being put down and underestimated, despite the odds stacked against us, we kept our head down and hustled for what we wanted.
Being a creative entrepreneur is hard as shit. It’s not for everyone. There’s been times when we felt like we weren’t going to make any more progress. But we ultimately believed in ourselves and our vision and its paid off. 👇🏻
Some days are rough, some days are amazing. Some days I don’t feel very successful at all. Some days I feel like I’ve come so far. Constant progress is all that matters in the end, and more importantly that you’re inspired by the work that you do.