“In Their Shoes”


I had the wonderful opportunity yesterday….

…….”photo-journaling” a local crew doing “what they do” for their occupation. It is an occupation I find intriguing, a little crazy & a tad dangerous (the image is a sneak preview:)). It is the beginning of a series I have been dreaming of & planning on launching for over a year now – I decided it was time to go from noodling it around in my head to actually making it happen.
The Series “In Their Shoes” has officially Launched!
Once a month I will be spending a day with a person or group of people to capture “something” they do that is an integral part of their lives.

As the Old Saying Goes – “Never judge a person until you have walked a mile in their shoes.”

Each of us is a miracle.
Each of us are etched by the experiences of our lives creating our life story.
The accumulation of those stories create the “Original- Authentic You”. The “Original – Authentic You” is who I want to get to know.

To do this, I personally feel like I need to take the time to listen. Listen to others stories and take the time to walk in another’s shoes….

I Hope you all have as much fun with this series as I intend to! Stay tuned for the full article on my experience yesterday…..

Cheers!                                                                                                                                    Julia

Comments

  1. Julia: You are a creative, innovative, and ambitious artist. I know you will experience even more success in this endeavor. It seems like it has unlimited possibilities. Eager to see more from you.

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