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23 September 2008

"cookies vs rent"

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The title of this post is one of many names jokingly suggested while brainstorming titles for my photography business. With an official photography website now within my grasp, it seems about time to come up with an appropriate and tasteful title that truly represents my style and personality.

Other ideas have been:

Mylivelihood photography
BarelySubsisting photography
Insufficient Funds Photography
Livingoffthescrapsofmyparentspity Photography

I'm kidding! No but in all honesty, coming up with a catchy name is no easy feat.

On a different note, the lovely model is Katie. This photo was taken today at Hotel2Tango, while Katie was in town recording some tunes for Basia Bulat's new album (which, judging by the sneak preview I was lucky enough to see/hear being recorded, sounds freaking amazing). More photos of Katie to come.

In the meantime, I must return to writing about luxury sex toys for my internship.

7 comments:

andrew said...

i was always gonna call my photo or video business "light writers" or something to that effect, since photography means to write with light. you can have that if you want. plus it kinda sounds like knight rider, always a bonus.

Dallas said...

don't give up on the dream, man. that is a great name, but you should keep it for yourself, because you are an amazing photographer. It does sound pretty badass

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Jess said...

Insufficient Funds! That's amazing. That would make a good band name, too.
"Hey are you going to see Insufficient Funds play tonight? I heard they're awesome!"
"Nah, I'm broke."

Erin said...

You should just call yourself City and Colour. It's obviously taken, but it would totally work for you.

Jenn said...

oooh I love that pic so much, Katie is beautiful!

Anonymous said...

* Powder and Colour Photography
* Dramatic Dallas Images
* Rational Passion Photography

Cookies vs Rent is a great concept theme.

Let me take this opportunity to thank you for continuing to "write short, frequent entries about [your] day-to-day progress." I think all we readers enjoyed your words this past summer. I wish you a belated congratulations on earning two more letters to append to your name.