It’s been a while since I’ve posted a real post, so if you haven’t been following me on Facebook or Twitter, you probably don’t know that I’ve been getting more and more into photography. It’s been a lot of fun and a great stress reliever. Here is a small portfolio I’ve put together. Also pretty soon, it’ll be a side job as I do some freelance work for Qatar Foundation‘s Campus Life, photographing their student events throughout this next year. I already had a test run before they decided to hire me and photographed their Education City welcome event, Ya Hala. What a great opportunity!
So, jump to today, I’m leaving tonight for a photography trek and workshop to Ladakh, India. It’s called Lumen Dei, and it’s a 2 week trip where I’ll be joining 7 other participants and 3 professional photographers: David duChemin, Ami Vitale, and my friend, Matt Brandon. I’m super excited about this trip and can’t believe it’s finally here (I signed up for it at the end of last year).
Well, I’m all packed and ready to go, but I wanted to show the itinerary of what I’ll be doing over the next two weeks. Keep in mind that the trip will be filled with instruction and wisdom-sharing from three amazing travel photographers. It really is the chance of a lifetime!