Monthly Archives: July 2012

I’m excited to be presenting at the Beloved Collective Photography Festival this fall in lovely Palm Springs. It’s going to be an amazing, enriching experience, unlike anything else. There are only 200 spaces, and i’d love to see you there.

WHAT:   The Beloved Collective Photography Fesitval is unlike any other gathering on the planet. No cliques, no high-school politics, just three days of non-stop connection, exploration, inspiration, education from leading photographers, visionary minds (even extraordinary trailblazers from other fields) and an entire years worth of fun! This is an experience that will feed your heart, supercharge your mind and push the boundaries of what’s possible in your business and life! (Join their FaceBook community to keep in touch with the latest developments)

WHEN:   September 10-12, 2012

WHERE:   Palm Springs, California, USA in an amazing resort, or join us online.

WHO:   An incredible community of photographers from around the world who are as passionate about making meaningful portraits as you are.

WHY:   Because this might just be the best thing you do for yourself (and your business) all year. You can check out our amazing presenters to the right… add in a live judging of our worldwide portrait competition, mentor sessions with thought leaders, community lunches, Beloved Certification, a live concert with *amazing* bands and plenty of intimate hang-time with friends, and you’ve got yourself three days you will *not* want to miss.

+ PLUS!!!   as if thats not enough… 1 of the lucky *in-person attendees* will be chosen to receive the GOLDEN TICKET ( worth $5000 cash !!! ). there are ONLY 200 SPACES, so make sure one of them is yours ;)

HOW:  visit BelovedCollective.co/Festival to reserve your space!

Hopefully I’ll see you there.

p.s. did you see the Golden Ticket?

Gozo, Malta, Monday 9.13 AM.

I wake up to another sunrise and for a second I don’t know where I am. I look up and the Maltese cross above the window brings it all back to me. I’m here to shoot an elopement, so I won’t give away their names, but I can tell you it’s a beautiful day for a wedding. Malta is a bit windy and stormy today, but I’m sure it won’t matter in the end. From what I hear it rained on my wedding day, but I can’t really remember, I had more important things to focus on. I want to sit down and tell you about my own wedding day, but it’s all still a blur, so I need to get home first to gather my thoughts.

Today I’m getting ready for another glorious day, just like I was getting ready for Therese and Oscar’s wedding day just two days ago on Ekerö outside Stockholm. Sitting on Malta overlooking an old church on a hill it feels almost absurd that I shot a wedding in an apple orchard in Sweden less than 36 hours ago. Today I’m shooting another one in a citadel on an island outside Malta. My little family is sitting on the couch next to me.

Please don’t pinch me, I really don’t want to know whether my life is a dream or not.