Something I struggle with as a creative is keeping my mind focused. I tend to get preoccupied easily and my efficiency goes downhill at lightening speed! If my mind is running on about something I can’t get it to shut off. I keep pen and paper nearby me at all times so I can jot […]

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  • This was good for me.

    I’ve been frustrated with my inefficiency recently. Your ideas are great and I know that they would work for me because I have utilized some of them in the past.

    I want to check out the whole time blocking concept.

    One question though…for my personality I can easily feel stifled/boxed in/un-creative if all the details of my life are spelled out for me weeks in advance. Do you face this? If so, how do you deal with it?ReplyCancel

    • jbphoto

      I totally get this! When I get all my must-dos done by lunch time then I am 1.free to be spontaneous if somethings last minute comes up 2.already have most of my work done 3.gives me the brain space to be creative.
      The afternoon and evening aren’t planned out by the hour like my morning is most days. When my mind is at ease after my work is finished, is when my creativity starts and lets me do my most creative work. Does that make any sense? 🙂ReplyCancel

I’m so excited for you all to meet Brooke. She is an incredible mother! She is reserved, soft-spoken, has a terrific laugh and also lives in DC. Enjoy her Story of Motherhood. 1. How has motherhood changed you as a woman? Motherhood has made me more confident in my abilities. I feel like I can […]

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  • Katie

    This is a beautiful piece. The photography is amazing and the interview with Brooke is an inspiration to us all. This is truly a beautiful and loving family.ReplyCancel

Every photo session my goal is to take several family portraits-where everyone is looking and smiling at the camera. My favorite photos are the in-between-moments. (when Grandma snuggles her grand baby, when the younger brother tackles the older-family dynamics always come into play no matter how old you get, and laughter. always laughter.) These images […]

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