2013 Career Training Assistant Chad Matson

Last Friday I introduced you to 2013 CT assistant Carol Marshall on the blog. And I must admit I made a mistake. In the opening sentence to Carol’s intro, I wrote, “Last but not least in our ongoing series of introductions of our 2013…”   Well Carol is not the last assistant to be introduced. This distinction goes to Chad Matson. Chad is a graduate of last year’s Summer Intensive class. Among his other skills (which are many), Chad can pull off the bow tie / sweet mustache combo better than many! On that note I would like to introduce you the the seventh and final 2013 Career Training assistant.

Take it away Chad ….

 

MatsonChad_headshot copy The information and skills that I learned in Summer Intensive only a year ago helped shape me into the photographer I am today.  Although it has only been a short time that I have been calling myself a photographer I have been able to establish my own business and put to use those very skills I had just learned.  When I started SI I really didn’t know what I wanted to shoot, but I did know I did not like portraits or shooting people in general, I can now say that I am a portrait and wedding photographer and I love it!  So expect to surprise yourself a little!

I am proud to say I attended RMSP and you will be proud as well.  Be prepared to be exhausted, overwhelmed, confused, happy and sad, its a roller coaster ride that will end all too quickly.  Many memories will be made and lifelong friends as well, I am overjoyed to be able to share this experience with all of you, you won’t regret a minute of it.  I look forward to working with you and sharing in this awesome experience. Until then, cheers!

 

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Summer Intensive 2013 – Week 1 : Paper Airplanes

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