My mom is in the hospital, ill. We've know for a while that there's no holding back on the cancer anymore but she's gotten worse in a short amount of time because of a bout with pneumonia and a collapsed lung. This could be very well our last visit. Prognosis is very grim, we were all hoping she would make Christmas but this may not be the case anymore.
She sounded good on the phone the last couple of days but we're both looking forward to connect.
My BlackBerry doesn't work in London and I'm sure the same happens in Brussels, just like last time. I was on AT&T for the longest time until the company switched me over to Sprint. That is a nightmare. Not only does Sprint not cover my home location, I also have to deal with poor reception at the office where I have to switch to a landline on most days when a cell phone call comes in. Sprint is so not worth it.
Luckily there are airport lounges with *paying* wireless connections ... no more freebies I guess ... T-mobile hotspots.
On my way here I was able to do some editing in camera of my last shoots with Betcee May, Tiana Hunter and Nicole Vitelli. We did get a wonderful collection of editorial work to support my evolving photography stories.
The image on the left is from my "Two friends" story ... Betcee and Tiana being spontaneously goofy.
This shoot was a lot of editorial photojournalistic fun. Watch out for more images from this series.
Nicole did a great job showcasing a lingerie and sexy dress collection. No images yet but I'm happy with what I've seen in camera from this mostly available light shoot.
We worked in the new studio 405 from Lucinda Wedge in downtown LA. Lovely location with a myriad of possibilities. The roof access is nice, plenty of cool corners there also. Looking forward shooting there again.
I'm living a roller-coaster.