I'm a huge believer that there in beauty in everything. In everyONE. That life is meant to be just that...beautiful. Sometimes, you just have to look a little closer to see it. That's part of what I love about being an artist; the ability to sit down and just create something that I find beauty in, and maybe someone else will see some beauty too. Beauty was given to us by our Creator to remind us of how great He is, and I think the sheer concept of beauty is evidence of His hand in everything.
Simplicity. Sounds like a trending phrase lately, no? You hear it everywhere (or at least I do). There's reason for that. The more life I experience, the more I value simplicity instead of overcomplicated things. Simplicity speaks volumes and gives you room to breathe. Gives you room to think. Can bring you peace if you do it right. Simplicity gives you a sense of calm and rest. Who doesn't want that? I believe simplicity in design can also bring forth those feelings.
Connection is such a key aspect when it comes to choosing who to work with in any capacity. I'm a firm believer that if you don't connect with the person you want to hire and visa versa, then neither party will truly be able to benefit from the service. Having a connection with someone creates a space of trust and safety, knowing you can count on them. Being able to connect also means you understand one another, and what they're looking for. If you've gotten this deep into my site here, chances are you're ready to connect, and we probably have a few things in common. Do you happen to like neutral color palettes, plants, coffee, and a sense of simplicity. Am I close?!
After typing this out, I realized these are the same core beliefs for my photography business. I think it's safe to say these are 3 important aspects to my life as a whole, and not just my work here or with a camera. Funny how everything ends up bleeding over into each other. I think it's a good thing though.
*Also, my husband says my Myers Briggs personality type is very telling of me. I'm an ISFP.
What are you?