My passion for learning greatly competes with my love of creating.
My high school art teacher was a big fan of taking us on field trips and to workshops. She always told us, "You can never have too many teachers." It has been quite awhile since I've had a live face-to-face teacher. So I was really excited to have the opportunity to take a little trip to Indiana and be a "pupil" of bobbi+mike
There is just no better way to describe it!
I went with the expectation that I would learn how to be a better photographer and business owner. They far exceeded those expectations -- not only did I get what I came for but so much more. Their honesty and openness spanned all the way out to the personal side of life. They really push you to think about why you are passionate about what you do, and have a life all at the same time! What a concept! :)
They let us into their studio to pick their brains, fed us delicious food, and even let us geek out for a moment and be "super fans," hence the photo on the right!
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, to see the amazing imagery they were able to create with 12 students hovering over them. Do you see me?
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Since Patrick and I have never been to Indianapolis, we spent an extra day just exploring the city.
We were checked out of our hotel by Scooby Doo. (Yes, it was Halloween.)
I've been on a quest to find the Holy Grail of sandwiches for over two years. After searching over 1,000 miles of this country for a Quizno's Chicken Carbonara, there it was -- just blocks from where we were staying!
We took Mike's suggestion and had a blast duckpin bowling. Indianapolis is home to the only authentic duckpin bowling alley in the Midwest.
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Check out Patrick's mad camera remote skills on the left.
Stay Tuned, next up on the blog will be my first family shoot after returning home from the BBMK workshop!