So my attempt at a 365 project failed miserably. It wasn’t the fact that I stopped taking photos (I’ve actually continued to snap various shutters of all forms with a gusto), it’s that I have neglected my responsibility to post the images to this blog. While the shame of that deficiency is not lost on me, I can proudly say (and segway away from) that my time has otherwise been occupied in other constructive endeavours. My headshot company Highline West has been expanding and feeling out its niche. Not only do we currently offer headshot services all over Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, but we have carved out a place for ourselves in the architectural and real estate photography business. Working with local development company heavyweight Onni Group, we have delivered (I am proud to say) stunning images for several of their recently and currently completing projects. You can find some of that work on our new architectural photography page.
I suppose what prompted me to blog this post was my penchant for over thinking and reflecting. Those thoughts usually well up whilst I’m sitting in studio. Without tooting my own horn too hard, it’s difficult to not admire all that we’ve been through. Highline West had a very humble beginning just under a year ago and I’m overjoyed with the progress my partners Nhi Le (of Noyo Creative), Vince Chow (of www.vincechow.ca) have made. The trials and tribulations of owning a business, the logistics and countless hours spent running and maintaining the venture and even building our studio space from the ground up are now all notches in our collective belts and I couldn’t be happier about the entire experience so far. If this were a toast, I would raise my glass and congratulate ourselves thus far. I can’t wait to see where Highline West goes next and the infinite possibilities there in.