Training Day…er, Week

November 09, 2011
For the past two days (and for the next two days), I have been in intensive business training. I won’t get into the specifics, but I am attending as a participant in a program that my company offers to our clients. I am also the training architect…so not only am I a learner, but am hoping to identify areas for improvement that we can apply towards future program deliveries. Needless to say, my days are long. On Monday, I was at the office at 7 am and got home around 8:30 pm. I was wiped out! And I’m completely aware that many of you experience those hours on a regular...
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Eric and Stephanie – Sneak Peek!

November 02, 2011
As I mentioned yesterday, while at the beach this weekend with my family, I took the opportunity to photograph my brother and sister with their significant others. In the case of my brother, it was the first time meeting his new girlfriend, Stephanie. It just so happens that today is her birthday…so, Happy Birthday Stephanie!This was really my first time photographing my brother for more than a quick snapshot, so I treated it as if it was a client session…meaning that I used Pinterest last week to collect a few ideas (even took notes).That little bit of extra prep time really paid...
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Sisk Family European Vacation: Harrods of London...

October 26, 2011
SourceLast week, I shared the last of my photos in Paris from our “family vacation” in Europe. Rather than fly straight back to the United States, we took the high speed train back to London. By this point in our trip, we were a bit tired…so much left to see, but our energy level just wasn’t there. Nonetheless, we decided to check out Harrods…I mean, our taxi driver said we just HAD to have a doggie bag.  Harrods is one of the most popular department stores/shopping centers in London…maybe the world. It is located on Brompton Road in...
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Sisk Family European Vacation: Paris, Day 3 – Arc de Triomphe...

October 19, 2011
Believe it or not, my vacation photos are slowly but surely coming to an end. The Arc de Triomphe was our last stop in Paris. Leaving the Eiffel Tower, we had just a few hours before our train back to London…so, we jumped the metro and went up to street level for long enough to take a few photos and see a street performer in passing. That’s all I’ll say…because 1) that’s all I have to say about that – you can certainly click HERE for more information on the Arc de Triomphe, and 2) I got very little sleep last night. I may have a couple more photos from...
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