Things have been rather challenging of late. Having just managed to get the photography business off the ground, finally a living, breathing thing of its own, two sudden deaths in the family as well as the loss of my best friend (all within a week) prompted a move halfway across the country for the second time in a year. Now came the adjusting period both personally and professionally. The personal hurdles are obvious and varied, but it’s the professional ones that have come as a shock.
Lugging all of the equipment back to Texas was an understood necessity, but finding a place to put it proved more challenging than anticipated; every single square foot was filled with boxes of our life. It looked like it was time to bite the bullet and set up a studio. But where? After searching all over, we finally found a building just outside of Tyler to use, but problems finding a competent electrician seem to have put the kibosh on that little dream.