My husband Jason was becoming a bit of a bum. He switched from biking several miles to work every day rain or shine, to commuting an hour. He's got a metabolism that would make a super model jealous, but his stay-awake strategy for driving included eating. I would have looked like a marshmallow - he just had a couple of grams of fat on his belly. But exercise is for everyone and his cholesterol levels told a different story.
He holds a second degree black belt in Ishin-Ryu but he hadn't trained since high school. I looked up schools for him. I encouraged him to go. And now I see a lot less of him. Hopefully this will even out over time when he doesn't die of a heart attack? One can hope.
He's now training at Agape Martial Arts and comes home afterwards nearly giddy with excitement. I don't get it, but it certainly makes for a happier husband.
This portrait was inspired by an application I was working on that required a photograph taken with a strip light. Natural light photography is super popular right now, but I have to say that in my opinion, playing with light is the best thing about photography.
I love this portrait. It's captures so many things I love about Jason.