Friday, March 25, 2011

Like a dog chasing his tail

    Last night the plane had a rough landing, we swayed and bounced in the wind. The pilot struggled to stay stable and bring the speeds down. As the wheels hit the tarmac we bounced and lurched forward. Yelps from the passengers sing out in chorus. Except that is, for me. I am too excited for what the future awaits.
    Last week I gave a final presentation on my photography business plan, and while it was well received it was still just a presentation. The moment the wheels touched the ground I was no longer a student, but an artist trying to break my way into the professional world.
   These first couple months are going to be spent getting a feel for the profession on the island, updating my portfolio and creating a promotional packet. However by the next 12 months I expect to be in full swing as a professional photographer.

  My networking graph
 Each circle represents a base in time.  Graphing out the transitions and phases to get to where I want to go with the 4 disciplines of underwater photography I am choosing to follow

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