While I love doing sessions for my clients, I decided I needed to do something for myself as well. Even if it is every so often and never planned, I needed something to exist. So I sat back and thought. I wanted a project that meant something to me. A project that would challenge me, entice me, and in the end: Make me happy.
That is how The Places That Mean Something Project came to be.
What is it? It is simple:
Places that mean something to me. There are places, locations, spots in the road that define us all. A house where a memory lies. A road that we once crossed. A tree that we climbed, fell out of, and climbed again. I want to remember those places. Nothing lasts. A building is torn down. A road is replaced. A tree is chopped. While our memories never change, the places do. So while I have the chance, I want to document those places that truly mean something to me.
There is a story behind everything. And I will share it with you. Through these places.
Maybe you will learn something new about me. Maybe you will just enjoy the photo then walk away. But I know what this will mean to me. And I am beyond excited to collect my memories, one place at a time.