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Among other things, Scotland is where I fell in love with photography all over again.
I booked a trip to Scotland specifically to find inspiration within my relationship with photography, my gear, my creative perception. At some point as a creative professional, capturing and/or creating images can become mundane. Taking pictures has always been a part of my DNA, but something was missing in my growth as a photographer. The scottish highlands allowed me to simply reinvest in my vision… literally. Every corner of this country can be captured through a lens and look nothing short of beautiful. This re-engaged trust within my creative self. And also proved that as much as I love always being in middle of the next project, every artist needs a tune up.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]