Stories From Cherokee

While staying in a tiny pop up with my five person family and a dog is torturous, it provides many good stories. When we pulled up to the campsite, everyone was tired and ready for a weekend of relaxation. Our lot was much smaller than anticipated, there wasn’t even enough room to set up a tent next to our trailer. As soon as we got there, I knew this was going to be a long weekend. Continue reading “Stories From Cherokee”

A Weekend in the Woods

Well, we weren’t really in the woods. When I was told we would be camping in Cherokee, I imagined a quiet campground nestled in the forest and surrounded by desolate trails. Not a patch of grass next to a road with a pool. Although it wasn’t what I expected, I got a lot of great photo ops at KOA Cherokee. Continue reading “A Weekend in the Woods”

Fun Times

Photography really makes me look at the world differently. I know that sounds super over dramatic considering how long I’ve been doing this, but it’s true! I find myself getting mad when I’m out without my camera because of all the lost photo ops. Continue reading “Fun Times”

Somebody Help Me.

Oh my god. This is going to take up a lot more time than I previously anticipated. Taking pictures is tricky enough. There are so many things I don’t have a clue about and the jargon is unbearable! It took me 20 minutes to find the CF card on my camera. I’m screwed. Continue reading “Somebody Help Me.”

What is the 100 Project?

The 100 Project is an assignment for journalism students with GF Media. Students must come up with a way to add to their life involving the number 100. They could take 100 pictures, or work their way up to drinking 100 ounces of water. This project gave students the chance to change themselves for the better over the summer. Continue reading “What is the 100 Project?”