It’s been quite a while since I last posted a blog; residency has kept me from editing and posting quite a bit lately. My amazing wife pulled me aside the other day and told me: “you need to get back to doing what you love. I know that you love medicine, but you also love cooking, you love running, you love photography. Don’t lose who you are.” I couldn’t agree more. My intern year has been going by pretty quickly so far, but I have definitely been dropping off the grid in terms of the other things that make me me.
After that talk, I dusted off my running shoes and ran for a few miles. I have been cooking on the nights that my schedule allow for me to, however I haven’t pushed myself with any new recipes lately; something that I really need to do to feel fulfilled. I took my camera off the shelf, and starting shooting again for the first time in a few weeks. I also cracked open my laptop and opened Lightroom. I took a look back on weddings and shoots that were stored, but never finished, never blogged or shared with the world.
So here it is, the first of many shoots and weddings that I will be reediting and sharing with you as I struggle to maintain my identity as a photographer as my new identity as a doctor is forming. Andrew and Emily’s October wedding at The Farmer’s Daughter in Kingston, Rhode Island was so beautifully styled. They each got ready at nearby AirBNB houses before having their first look. The ceremony and reception took place at the The Farmer’s Daughter, a working farm in Kingston.