I’m breaking hoarder-protocol!!! lol!
Being a photographer and a blogger, I’ve accumulated a ton of gear over the years.. most of which is collecting absurd amounts of dust. In an attempt to declutter and not be so wasteful, I’m finally letting some stuff go!! I’ve included plenty of photos that I photographed with the camera or lens in question! If you have any questions at all please leave me a comment below or feel free to email me at email@example.com! I hope who ever ends up with these items love them as much as I did *tear*
A couple weeks ago I had the pleasure of working with our reigning Miss USA (& first runner up at Miss Universe!), Nia Sanchez. We’ve been trying to shoot together ever since she was crowned but we struggled with finding ourselves in the same city at the same time. I’m so happy we finally made it happen as her year is coming to an end and she is an absolute doll. She will be crowning her successor on June 12th in Baton Rouge! I’m sure most of you have heard about the drama surrounding Donald Trump & NBC this year, it’s really disappointing watching everything unfold as Miss USA will no longer be televised live this year as its always been. Luckily, the show will go on! I am however impressed with NBC for standing their ground on this matter but again, it’s disappointing because their decision (and Univision’s decision) affects everyone that’s worked so hard this year: the delegates, state directors, sponsors, pageant fans – not only Trump. To the 2015 delegates, its an honor to compete on the national stage as you’ve all dreamt of, televised or not. The purpose of competing at Miss USA is not to be on TV but for the legacy and tradition, you should all be very proud of yourselves and this doesn’t change or taint anything. Donald Trump and his politics do not represent the beauty and diversity of the Miss Universe Organization. Miss USA has been running since 1952 and will continue even after Trump. Let me know your thoughts!