RESOLVE is the name of our new company blog, which finally went live yesterday. Yay!
From our official marketing lingo, “The RESOLVE blog is a place for photographers and photo industry professionals from every corner of the industry to share knowledge and expertise. Social Media Editor Miki Johnson has collaborated closely with contributors, including photographers, editors, curators, and reps, to create focused posts that will inform photographers at any level about the issues their colleagues face and how they have succeeded in spite of these obstacles. More than just providing inspiration and advice, however, the blog brings together professionals from different photo markets (fine-art, editorial, fashion, commercial, photojournalism, wedding and more) to discuss photography’s most pressing issues and encourages them to find innovative solutions by focusing on the positive aspects of this difficult time.”
Check it out and let me know what you think about it. Comments, questions, and ideas from photographers (or anyone who’s passionate about photography) around the world are welcome. And, of course, as my friend and reader, you are encouraged to give me your thoughts. This is my first time as an editor of a corporate blog, I need all the feedback I can get. Please tell your photographer friends about RESOLVE!
(This should also explain the lack of posting around here lately…)
So, I ended up didn’t really have time to shop for a costume for my office halloween party. But I don’t want to show up with no costume either. I came up with this brilliant idea that I could borrow a uniform from G. & dress up as a chef! & so I did! I put this red Chinese thingie on & called myself the Iron Chef.
Here’s me & my new friends at work:
Not too shabby for a last-minute fix, huh?
I kind of knew this would be coming, but didn’t take any action since I was feeling unsure.
Last weekend, as I was mentally preparing myself for my first day at my new job, I was thinking there’s probably going to be a Haloween office party. And was I right? Yesterday I was told that the all-staff meeting is going to be this Friday & we’ll combine it with a Halloween party. Everyone is expected to dress for the occasion.
I’ve never had any real Halloween party before. To me, this is one of those “celebrations” that i don’t really get. I mean, it’s fun to dress up and everything. But I don’t see the point of celebrating Halloween – what is there to celebrate exactly?
Anyhoo…I’m excited about this party & have started to think about my costume. I don’t think I’m going to go the whole nine yard, but I do want to do something fun. I still have a couple of days to think about it & hopefully would come up with something original.
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