🌜⠀ ⠀ I've taken some steps back from social media the last 3 months to focus on things that matter more, and to reconnect with what it is I'm even doing here and my intention behind it. Truthfully, there hasn’t been a clear answer—but being able to create and have a space to put that forward into the world will always be rewarding. Right now, I am channelling my creative energy towards a new side project all about women who create, climb, and more—women after my own heart—as well as a new online presence over at @camillebecoming, which will be the home for some of my more personal work and writing moving forward. Bear with me as things start to look and feel different around here...⠀ ⠀ Saturn return captured by @alexismckeown, February 2018.
I love this town.
Hey Instagram, it's been a while. I'm tidying house in my personal life (more on that on the blog one day), but right now I wanted to tell you—I miss photographing people. Artists. Creators. Makers. Musicians. Yogis. Climbers. Lovers. Friends. This year, I want to create more art with heart with the incredible humans who share this valley with me. So, Bow Valley: help me find humans who'll do me the honour of sharing themselves & their stories in front of my lens. I'd love nothing more. Message me. ⠀ From a shoot with Australian-based artist, @jenna_coverly.
To so much more of the same. Start as you mean to go on.
A massive post for a massive year. Of transience, change, and charging forward with authenticity; of unbecoming what I am not so as to become what I am. ⠀ ⠀ I have written more for this year-in-review than I have for others in the past. There are parts of this post that are more raw, more real, more true. I have allowed myself to be more vulnerable than before, and I hope some of it resonates with you. ⠀ ⠀ The year of becoming—2017: link in bio.