Polyamory Portrait Photographer

Looking for a Polyamory Portrait Photographer? Hi! 

Before I chat about one of my favorite topics, being a polyamory portrait photographer, let’s chat on a personal level. So NaNoWriMo is coming up. I’ve had a friend ask me to be their accountability partner for National Novel Writing Month. Being the honest dude I am, they were informed that I would try my absolute best. That’s when I realized that maybe it’s time to start my second novel. I’ve been stewing on what my next novel should be about, now that I’ve brought my current one to the furthest it can go. Being in my agency internship, I’ve learned a lot about author branding. This is also something I’ve been stewing on. Picking a brand, without knowing exactly what will be published, is tricky. Then I discovered that you can’t even change your genre until you’re a few books in. YIKES. Okay, now that’s another thing to discover. No pressure. Regardless, it’s exciting to be chasing a new career, slowly but surely. Starting with more intention than Creatrix received, that’s for sure! I’ve always wanted to be a writer, so it’s great that even in my thirties, I can accomplish a whole new trajectory in my goals! It’s been interesting trying to balance writing and photography. I usually spend a couple of days doing one, then the other. So far, it’s been alright! November will prove to be a challenge, with it being the busiest month of 2020!

Now onto photography talk! My joy is that this amazing polycule came back to me, twice in one year! You can see their other session here. Even though I’m not actively polyamorous right now (as you can tell from above, how would I find the time?!), I still have a passion for the polyamory community. My long-term goal is to be a renowned polyamory portrait photographer. I’ll “settle” for repeat clients though. As polyamory relationships become more mainstream, I want to be firmly placed in the foundation for photography services.

So thanks for joining me on my journey to become the best polyamory portrait photographer. Who says you can’t have multiple dreams? Side note: if this seems like less variety than normal, it’s because their polycule grew but requires discretion. All of my clients are treated with respect and privacy, as needed! Check out this adorable polycule family session too!

Polyamory Portrait Photographer

Polyamory Portrait Photographer

Polyamory Portrait Photographer

Polyamory Portrait Photographer

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