I won’t lie to you, folks. I don’t enjoy the process of blogging. I really only do it because I’ve read over and over again that it’s the best way for Google to think that you’re relevant.
I come on here, I ramble, I phone it in, I curate what I imagine to be a not super enjoyable experience for the end-user.
I do it all in the hopes that if I write enough about how I do EVENT PHOTOGRAPHY in CHICAGO that, out of the clear blue sky, I’ll get an e-mail from a stranger with the opportunity of a lifetime that I’d be perfect for.
It hasn’t happened yet. In fact, I have literally zero indication that blogging accomplishes anything other than as a way to put some of my least interesting thoughts out into the world.
THAT BEING SAID.
(CHICAGO EVENT PHOTOGRAPHY. ILLINOIS PHOTOGRAPHER. CHICAGO PHOTOGRAPHER.)
I do find that blogging is a good way for me to keep the things I shoot in my mind a little longer than I used to, because even after I’ve delivered the photos to a client, they are still good candidates to be shared on here.
So, without further adieu, (I’m sorry about all that adieu…) here are some photos from a month ago where I was tasked by do312 to photograph the 10th Anniversary of Stardust at Berlin Night Club.
If you’ve never been to Berlin, well, it’s worth experiencing. And for anyone who knows me, it doesn’t play to any of my strengths as a human being. But I made it out alive with some really fun images. And so yeah, here they are.