So happy to finally share one of the coolest projects I’ve worked on this year! Disney invited me to capture the magic of their theme parks for their latest Tumblr project - The Looking Glass. I had roughly 3 days (and free reign) to run around the park and capture whatever I liked. To be honest, I didn’t know where to start — I felt like I was 9 years old and just got a golden ticket from Walt Disney himself. After I got my excitement under control, I decided to focus my lens on kids and the characters that we’ve all grown to love. Mickey and the crew were awesome and all the kids we chose had no problem being themselves. 

Be sure to follow, like and reblog all the images on Disney’s tumblr page: http://disneyparksphotoproject.tumblr.com

I’m featured along with 6 other great photographers who were all invited to capture the parks in their own unique styles.   So happy to finally share one of the coolest projects I’ve worked on this year! Disney invited me to capture the magic of their theme parks for their latest Tumblr project - The Looking Glass. I had roughly 3 days (and free reign) to run around the park and capture whatever I liked. To be honest, I didn’t know where to start — I felt like I was 9 years old and just got a golden ticket from Walt Disney himself. After I got my excitement under control, I decided to focus my lens on kids and the characters that we’ve all grown to love. Mickey and the crew were awesome and all the kids we chose had no problem being themselves. 

Be sure to follow, like and reblog all the images on Disney’s tumblr page: http://disneyparksphotoproject.tumblr.com

I’m featured along with 6 other great photographers who were all invited to capture the parks in their own unique styles.   So happy to finally share one of the coolest projects I’ve worked on this year! Disney invited me to capture the magic of their theme parks for their latest Tumblr project - The Looking Glass. I had roughly 3 days (and free reign) to run around the park and capture whatever I liked. To be honest, I didn’t know where to start — I felt like I was 9 years old and just got a golden ticket from Walt Disney himself. After I got my excitement under control, I decided to focus my lens on kids and the characters that we’ve all grown to love. Mickey and the crew were awesome and all the kids we chose had no problem being themselves. 

Be sure to follow, like and reblog all the images on Disney’s tumblr page: http://disneyparksphotoproject.tumblr.com

I’m featured along with 6 other great photographers who were all invited to capture the parks in their own unique styles.   So happy to finally share one of the coolest projects I’ve worked on this year! Disney invited me to capture the magic of their theme parks for their latest Tumblr project - The Looking Glass. I had roughly 3 days (and free reign) to run around the park and capture whatever I liked. To be honest, I didn’t know where to start — I felt like I was 9 years old and just got a golden ticket from Walt Disney himself. After I got my excitement under control, I decided to focus my lens on kids and the characters that we’ve all grown to love. Mickey and the crew were awesome and all the kids we chose had no problem being themselves. 

Be sure to follow, like and reblog all the images on Disney’s tumblr page: http://disneyparksphotoproject.tumblr.com

I’m featured along with 6 other great photographers who were all invited to capture the parks in their own unique styles.  
So happy to finally share one of the coolest projects I’ve worked on this year! Disney invited me to capture the magic of their theme parks for their latest Tumblr project - The Looking Glass. I had roughly 3 days (and free reign) to run around the park and capture whatever I liked. To be honest, I didn’t know where to start — I felt like I was 9 years old and just got a golden ticket from Walt Disney himself. After I got my excitement under control, I decided to focus my lens on kids and the characters that we’ve all grown to love. Mickey and the crew were awesome and all the kids we chose had no problem being themselves. 
Be sure to follow, like and reblog all the images on Disney’s tumblr page: http://disneyparksphotoproject.tumblr.com
I’m featured along with 6 other great photographers who were all invited to capture the parks in their own unique styles.