Hypothetical Car

If I was driving a hypothetical 3 row car, photography work, to me, would be in the trunk.

I can't believe it has actually been months since my last blog post on my website and honestly it is because I have been very busy with other stuff in my life. Which, is really weird. Because for the first time in years, literally almost a decade, I don't think about photography much anymore. Saying that out loud, kind makes me sad, but also gives me hope towards what I am currently working towards.

Many of you may already know. But some may not. Since last October I have been enrolled in an online coding bootcamp where I am learning to be a full-stack web developer. I am set to finish this program in September, that is only 3 months away! 

On top of coding, I am working a new job that I started back in April. I am the assistant brewer at Full Spectrum Brewery in Fort Mill, SC.

The past few months have been the best few months I've had in over a year. I haven't been happier in my current position in a long time. And with only a few more months left of code school, it's only about to get better.

What does all of this have to do with photography? Well, pretty much me saying, I am too busy with other stuff. I can't remember the last time I picked up my digital camera, even my analog camera. I have debated selling equipment, and still might sell a few things. But for the most part am parting ways with photography for a season or two.

Feel free to continue following my adventures on IG @stevenmillsii and I'm sure I will continue more blog post about any changes.


Documentary Sessions - The Mullis Family

Last weekend I had the opportunity to tag along with the Mullis Family on one of their Saturday morning hikes around Lake Haigler in Fort Mill, SC. It was a great time outdoors documenting their family moments that we often times miss. Below are a few of my favorite shots from the morning! I will also be offering up one more free documentary session in the coming weeks, if you're interested please send me an email!