Quick Notes 11-23-08

Just a few quick notes instead of, you know, a real post.

I sit here on a Sunday afternoon. I need to clean my office and do a pile of work. I want to do none of that.

I had a blast shooting last week with Tim and Chris downtown. I put on a mini-workshop for them. I’m excited to do some more of these. You can find out more info at our new site under the “workshops” header.

Oh yeah, we have a new site. I’m sure I’ll put up a proper post at some point. But for now, it has moved to www.imagestudios.tv. The folks at Big Folio have a really nice system. It doesn’t do everything I want, but the fact that I made that entire site in less than four hours is impressive to me. And that’s entirely because of their system.

Over the next three days I’ll finish my last issue of The Business Journal. We’ve parted ways (over what else, but money) and it’ll be bitter sweet. I’m proud of the work we put into it and I will miss it. However, it was by far my most stressful client. Life without it will allow me to focus on projects that a) pay better and b) don’t require so much travel.

Part of what I’ll be focusing on is photography. We do a lot of it but, honestly, I’d like to be doing it full time by the end of 2009. I could probably be doing it full time now but I just didn’t put the time into marketing it like I should have this past year.

Legacy is getting better and better. We’ve gained a little momentum and worship has been amazingly great. The children’s department is moving forward by leaps and bounds (without my time-restrained leadership I might add). We’ve still got a long way to go but it’s nice seeing a bunch of progress.

The holidays are coming. This week as a matter of fact. I’m not sure I’m ready for that stuff yet.

I still have yet to go see the new James Bond. Not sure when I’ll get to either. Life is tough some times.

What have you been up to?



  1. Coby says

    I’m sorry to hear that you will be leaving the Business Journal, but I understand entirely. In fact, you did so much for the Journal I’m not sure how it will continue without you. I’m glad you introduced me to Twitter so we can stay in touch, and if I ever become really important, I’ll remember you fondly. 🙂

  2. says

    You mean *when* you become really important 🙂

    I’m sure The Journal will be fine without me. I’m just excited to free up the time/stress The Journal was taking up every month. In the end it will be better for my business.

    I’ll definitely miss working with you guys.

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