1. New

    I’ve been sitting here trying to find the words to announce all the wonderful things going on behind the scenes for Green Apple Photography lately for too long now. I guess I’ll start at the beginning. Earlier this year I had this tug at my heart to rebrand. I kept ignoring it, because I knew it would be a lot of work, and I just wasn’t sure that I was up to the challenge. I also know that rebranding isn’t technically a wonderful thing to do. Well… the tugging just wouldn’t stop. I wanted to make sure that rebranding was something that I really wanted, and I also wanted to take some time to renew this love for photography that I have. In June I signed up for 2 wonderful workshops. The first one I attended was a Jesh de Rox workshop. I tell you, having that as my very first workshop was incredible. Let’s just say the bar was set VERY high. The most wonderful thing I took from his workshop was a new take on life, a renewal of myself. If you’ve ever attended Jesh’s workshops, you know exactly what I am talking about. You also know that trying to explain the wonderful things that take place is nearly impossible.

    The second workshop I attended was Evolve by Sheye Rosemeyer. If you have ever visited or read Sheye’s blog you know what a beautiful soul she really is. The first day I was introduced to her blog I was immediately moved. First by her gorgeous images, then once I peeled my eyes away from those, I began to read. The person that got up from reading her words was not the same person that sat down to read them. If you haven’t visited her blog I highly suggest you do. Bring tissues. Her workshop was amazing as well! I learned SO MUCH. I think I am very spoiled to have attended both these workshops. If given the chance, I would LOVE to attend both of them again.

    Where am I going with all this… OH, when I decided to take these workshops, I wanted to learn more about my craft; but mainly I wanted to learn more about myself. That I did. I no longer felt like rebranding would be a scary “no-no.” I began to feel like it was going to be the beginning of an amazing journey. With that in mind I decided that “Green Apple Photography” will no longer be the best fit to represent me in this journey. So to let the “cat out of the bag” so to say, I will no longer be Green Apple Photography. I am very happy to announce that I will now be Nichole Burnett Photography. :)

    I want to tell you more, but I feel that it’s best for you to just go check it out for yourself. Click here and enjoy.

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