Traveling Photographer – NYC, Atlanta and Greenville

Life as a traveling photographer.  One of my goals since I was a young girl was to see the world.  I think that for me, as an artist, it’s critical to be surrounded by people, places and things that inspire you.

The first weekend of April I went NYC to visit two of my besties.  While I was there I was able to catch up with some of our old Northeastern gang and do a little location scouting for some upcoming projects.  It’s alway so nice to hear how my fellow artist friends are crushing it.  #proud

The second weekend of April was another cross country trip to Atlanta, GA and Greenville, SC.  Over the course of the weekend, we spent time with our family and friends as well photographing one of my favorite couples.  Their engagement shoot will be featured on Love Me Knot’s blog later this week.   One of my favorite activities from this trip was going to this rad coffee shop called Methodical Coffee in Greenville.  The process in which they made the coffee was so unique.  It was  the closest I have been to a beaker since high school chemistry class.  Also, didn’t hurt that they were spinning some old school Michael Jackson while we sipped on our drinks.

This weekend I am off to Coachella.  Can’t wait to experience and photograph this amazing festival with some great people.  See you soon Palm Springs.

Here are a few images from the past few weekends.

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