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What does it mean to really be fearless?
Taylor Swift sings about it, Alton Brown declared Marti Duncan (season 8 FNS…yes, we’re obsessed) – FEARLESS. But what happens after the jump? After we ARE fearless…does the fear go away?
I have this need deep down to be fearless.
About what, you might ask?
Fearless about being myself.
If you’re a regular reader (all 10 of you), you can see a vein running through my previous blog posts, Who am I? What do I want to be? Who am I made me to become right now?
I have been doing freelance graphic design here and there for the past 5 years – that’s what my goal in college was to do. Don’t ask me why I chose Graphic Design as a major (sorry mom!)…after a lot of thinking I have rested in the fact that God totally took control of my life and decisions and some how I decided I was going to study Art, not music (which had been my goal my whole life). So fast forward 9 years after that decision and I’m here, working in full time ministry doing a little design here and there at work and some freelance work.
And I’m just done trying to do art “for the money”.
I want to do it for the love of art.
I want to be fearless about who I am.
About my art.
Fearless about what others might think.
Fearless about failure.
Fearless about success.
So after many quiet hours of thinking, discerning, talking it out with the Mr. and a few trusted sources I have decided to embark on something new.
These are the gifts I was made to bring to the table right now in my creative expression. Please hear me, I’m not quitting my job or dropping everything to grab onto this dream. My life with remain normal (I am liking my life! There is nothing wrong with it!) except for the fact that I will be doing life with a camera in my hand. A rainy Saturday morning in your kitchen with your family will tell a story – so will a wedding, a baptism, a love story, a new baby – it will tell your story.
If you feel you’re jiving with me – spread the word. My friend has decided to live fearlessly. She wants to capture your life – all the nooks and crannies of it. She wants to start a fearless movement – be who you are in front of my camera, fearlessly.