Monthly Archives: December 2016

 Closing 2016

Good Afternoon New World,

This year has been a pretty interesting year for me. As far as photography and shows go, it been pretty dead for me. I do want to thank Genee’ of Genee’s Gewels, for hitting me up for a shoot. I don’t know. This year I was creatively drained from my personal issues. It still continues to this day, but hey, I gotta learn to take one day at a time. This year has also lend to major decisions with my life. I had my surgery on my foot, and the next surgery will be my upcoming bariatric surgery. I know there are people going, “You’re not that big”, and it is true, I am not that big. I am, however, a very solid built person with high blood pressure. The surgery will help to rectify this. In fact, I have already begun the process. It takes 6 months of education and diet change, to be considered a candidate for the surgery. I hope that at the end of this journey, I will be a better photographer because I will be more energized to shoot. Right now, I have so many ideas, and no energy to shoot. I can’t wait to see what 2017 holds for me!


And Happy New Year‼‼!



Happy Holidays New World, 
So recently, I have been going through a set of trials that have been hard on me, mentally and physically. I know my post aren’t as “regular” or “scheduled” when they should be, but I am working on it, so please forgive me, and thank you for sticking it out with me. I am in the process of taking care of some health issues that have bothered me for a while. The first, in the image below, was a ganglion cyst/bone removal from my left foot. I fell a long time ago, and never got it fixed. I decided to let it heal on it’s own. BIG MISTAKE! My foot healed incorrectly, and caused me a lot of pain. I know a lot of people are saying, “Why did you wait so late to take care of it? I thought that, at the time, that it wasn’t anything serious and I could take care of it on my own. I was wrong. If you are hurt, mentally and physically, seek medical attention, ASAP! So, I will be home bound for 3-6 week period. It i shard being home tied, but I am getting used to it. Well, I won’t go into detail, just wanted to say, “I will be back!”