My first post in forever! It's the first of the "roomate pictures" I took.
Currently, I'm snowed in at Judson waiting to leave for Colorado. The semester is over and it's bittersweet. I'm glad that the school part is done, but I'm not ready to say goodbye to all my friends. They've become like family, and it's sad to know that I wont see them for a long time. When you leave you never know if things will be the same when you get back. London will be good (from what I keep hearing), but I already miss everybody. Knowing that I wont be graduating with my class is really hard. We do our best to make plans, but they always seem to get changed.
I'm just gonna think about being 12,000 ft. in the air on a Colorado mountain.
Finishing up vocals in the recording studio. The Mix and Master will be done tomorrow. I'll be heading to Colorado and Massachusetts within the next week and a half. If you're interested in watching some Nor'easter videos in the studio you can check out our vimeo page.
I had quite the scare today with my mac, but all is fixed. Nor'easter is presently in the studio. Andy is recording the drum track to Statistics as we speak. We will be posting video and pictures on our wordpress and facebook. Be on the lookout if you're interested.
(itunes: Nor'easter: medal or a chest to pin it on)
I took some pictures of the band so we could have some promotional shots to go up on our sites. We're recording at the end of the month which is really exciting for me. I've never been in a professional recording studio.
I really have no excuse for not updating this blog. I have had a lot of down time this summer despite working everyday. To fill you all in (if you're even interested), I've been working at the campus post office and doing janitor work on campus. When I'm not working, I've been playing bass for Nor'easter and working on my online English class homework. Bass has been an interesting transition because I've been playing guitar since middle school, but I'm enjoying it. We are recording our first EP at the end of the month at holographic studio. I'm really excited to see where this band goes. We've become like a second family, and I know God is in the midst of it. We'd all love your support!
I am an architecture student at Judson University outside of Chicago, IL. Sometimes design is not enough of an artistic outlet for me, so I pick up a camera. This blog is the result of that outlet. Hope you enjoy what you see. I am available for weddings and freelance work.