The only thing that changed in the 4 years that passed was the missing french Ouija board.
Coincidentally Lightroom exported this file as “amas-666.jpg”
Almost two years ago I joined forces with three other local photographers (Molly Jarboe, Chris Hawley, and David Torke, not pictured) to form @buffalo_obscura, a photography collective that hosts an ongoing series of photography shows in obscure locations in (and about) Buffalo. Today we announced our fifth event, Main Street: Photography Pop Up to be held on December 7th in the former AM&As department store at 377 Main Street. Opened in 1867, this is the first time the public has been invited inside since it’s closure in 1998. We will be showcasing work from 12 local photographers, prints available for $25 each. Please come support and see this beautiful Buffalo landmark! Photo by @davidtorke.
It’s been a little over 6 years since I cashed a paycheck from an employer. It’s been full of ups and downs, failed business ideas, and growing pains. But I am grateful for this life that I have built and this community that I have surrounded myself with. And maybe that’s the key, not another string of failed resolutions and broken promises, but simply the decision to live each day a little better than the last. 📷: @seekaxiom