Last Sunday I spent the afternoon with Sylvia and Robert in downtown Austin. A huge part of photography is connecting with people so you do the best work possible. I had a blast connecting with them and learned a lot too. Robert is in the Army and will be headed back to Iraq about a month after their wedding. Being an armed forces geek I loved hearing his stories.
When my hair grows (which it does quickly), it doesn’t grow long, it grows out. I haven’t had a hair cut since January 11th.
We’re in full ‘fro mode today.
Guess I need to take time to get it cut again.
This has consumed the last week of my life. I say “of my life” because it’s been pretty much 8 a.m. to midnight days for over a week. We did a design refresh on The Business Journal to make it more magazine like. Everyone was very happy with the final product but, as with anything, I can’t wait to see how it gets tweaked and transforms over the next six months.
Final files went to the printer late last night and it hit the presses this morning. Today is massive amounts of catch-up from the last week and trying not to fall asleep. Weeks like this completely screw up my sleep patterns. I was so tired last night around 10, but wasn’t able to fall asleep until after two. It usually takes a week to decompress from this schedule. Usually just in time for another big project deadline to hit.