Procrastination….and a Mexican treat

I hate hate hate that I am such a procrastinator. So in light of doing better, I am procrastinating on the work I should be doing so that I can bring you some lovely images from The Jose Villa workshop I attended in November that I have procrastinated on posting since then…. Make sense?? wow that sure is a runon sentence, but if you have been reading my blog long that shouldn’t be new to you, I am terrible at grammar and spelling and such get over it 🙂

First off I must give credit where credit is due. These photos were made possible by an amazing team of people:

Jose VillaTEAM Hair and Makeup / Stylist: Matthew Johns /  Location: Hacienda Del Carmen / Jill La Fleur /Jessica Claire / Joel Serrato / Citro Modelos

Attending this workshop was such a great investment for my business and excuse the cheesyness of it but also for my soul. The hacienda was so incredible, so serene and naturally beautiful. I met so many amazing photographers and learned as much from the other workshop attendees as I did from Jose.

From the moment I stepped foot on the grounds of the hacienda I was in awe. Even though it was the middle of the night by the time I got there, and I wanted to PASS out from exhaustion, I wanted to stay up all night and explore that beautiful place! I literally couldn’t believe the grandeur of it. Jose had every detail worked out and it seemed that each day it was better and better. I have to say that one of my favorite things was the the first official night. Jose had arranged for a mariachi band and traditional Mexican dancers to entertain us for hours while we enjoyed hor dourves & drinks. I literally almost cried when they started playing (and I am SERIOUSLY absolutely not… for real not kidding, a big cryer). I could go on and on about what a great time we had, and how much I loved it, but I don’t want to bore you anymore so here are some photos of the Hacienda Del Carmen.

This may have been my favorite spot of the Hacienda. I LOVE the stairs. and the photo to the left is what you got to once you went up the stairs. If I could just put my office up there I would be in heaven…. Well almost heaven, there would need to be an ocean out there too 🙂

This is on the inside of the front porch from the first photo of the post.

By far my favorite picture of the dancers…. And me and the first person I met while in Mexico, Kim Ing

This is my favorite one from the engagement shoot…. i think?….

**Sad that that was the last picture?? No worries, there is a Part II to this post coming soon!

1 comment
 
Becky Griffin wrote:

They look like models.

 [ May 17th, 2010 3:22 pm ]


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