Q: How was your experience doing the jumping photos?
A: Before exited, after satisfied.
Q: What is your greatest passion in life?
A: Being involved in youth and adult drug and alcohol recovery. ✨
Learn more about what brings Randy joy at www.jumpforjoyphotorpeojct.com
I will be covering the walls of @psculturalcenter center with posters of people from the Coachella Valley jumping for joy. I only have a couple of weeks left to get the photos done before I print the images and start creating the mural. ✨
I’m still looking for participants, and need your help getting the word out. I specifically want to invite and include Native American, African American, Latino, cultural minorities and underrepresented people in the community. ✨
To take part in the project email: [email protected] to set up a jump for Joy photo session with me :) photo by @eyoalha#eyophoto#palmspringsculturalcenter#artistresidency#photography#jumpforjoyphotoproject
With so much young talent it was nearly impossible to pick my favorite photos to post on here. Most of it boiled down to the lighting I was able to capture at a split second during a run. This generation really rips! All 1500 + photos from the weekend can be found on my Facebook page. Click click click click click click!
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Foggy afternoons in Mt Rainier National Park. Looking forward to more adventures here soon 🤘🏻
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I seldom think back to the destination. It has always been the memories, the journey, the moments of pure adrenaline, and the rewarding feeling of “hey, we actually did it” that will always remain in my thoughts.
No matter where you are in this world, and no matter how picturesque some moments may be, I firmly believe that being able to share experiences with someone will always be the highlight of any journey. As cheesy as this may sound, many highlights in my life, will always have @cehuynh in the picture.
Goodbye work and daily routines.
It feels so good to be spending the next two weeks in the mountains, to once again live the slow life for a while, make fires in the fireplace, fetch water cans with the snowmobile and take well deserved naps on the sofa. I’m looking forward to slow down, to feel satisfied with “the here and now”, spend most of my time outside and embrace the weather no matter if it’s a perfectly clear sky or a heavy blizzard and you can’t see six feet ahead of you.