Hey there folks! If you follow me on instagram, you know that I was at Blogshop yesterday. I heard that a few of you wanted to hear about it, so listen in!

First off, I was not a student of the class and did not attend the entire length of the course. This specific course was three days and geared towards photographers. The first two days consisted of photo training, tips, and a photo shoot. I came for the third day when Angela and Bri arrived and taught the students how to use Photoshop to edit their photos. I was an assistant and helped the students when they had questions during the class.

I have been following Bri's blog, designlovefest for about a year now and that's how I found out about Blogshop. I like her energy and her design style and liked the ideas behind teaching others how to blog and use photoshop. I wanted to make sure that my growing appreciation and support for Blogshop was well deserved. So I invested myself into it and found that it is, truly, a wonderful thing. Now's here's the best part - my experience at Blogshop, even though it was only one day, was more fullfilling than I ever expected. Being around all those photographers and seeing their passion for design and creativity was the most inspiring. I had a wonderful time getting to know the students and meeting the ladies and the photographers running the course.

So all in all, it was a success and I really enjoyed myself. I am so glad that Atlanta is getting on the map for creative things. Next up, Creative Mornings here on December 9th for round 3 with Tina Roth Eisenberg in attendance! Yay!


  1. That's really exciting that you were able to participate as an assistant. I dream of being able to attend but the price tag is daunting. So worth it though! I really admire Bri's style and confidence.

    It's so nice to see creatives, like you, from Atlanta. It seems like all the fun is happening in every city but Atlanta. Cheers to you! & wishing you much success.. you deserve it!

    1. Thank you, Beth! I appreciate it. Honestly, I think that Atlanta has a lot to offer. Sure, there seems to be an over-abundance of coverage from bloggers and news from LA, Austin, NY, Portland, etc, but maybe it's just that there isn't a lot of online blogger presence from Atlanta. Maybe, maybe not. I love Atlanta a lot, and I hope you do too!