Greetings and Happy Holidays to One All You Shutterbugs Out There!
Tuesday, November 23, 2010 7:47 PM
First off, Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! I hope you have a great day Thursday and for the rest of the upcoming Holiday Season.
I wanted to email you all and let you know about some changes going on with the Houston Photography Meetup Group. First off, Jay Villa has asked me to join the group as the organizer of the group. It's a great honor to have been asked to do this and I have the utmost respect for Jay and job he has done making this one of the best photography meetup groups in Houston.
Most of you probably don't know me. So let me tell you a very brief bit of information about me. I'm a Dallas photographer. I visit Houston fairly regularly and I plan to host some events for this group when I am there in Houston. My photography background goes back many, many, years. Recently, I have received most notoriety for my work with motorcycles and glamour models. However, this group will not focus on either. All of our events will be fun, family oriented events, that you can bring yourself or youngsters too. I look forward to meeting many of you over the next few months.
In the short term, you won't see a great deal of changes. With the holiday season coming up, I'll use this time to implement some website related changes rather than hosting events. Some of these changes will be very evident and others will be more behind the scenes organizational changes. I haven't scheduled any events for the month of December, but beginning in January, that will change. I've already posted our first meetup event for the new year. A night time Houston skyline shoot on Saturday January 15th. There will be other events upcoming as well and you'll start to see those posted beginning in January. Also, if any of our members know of any events that they would like to host as an event, please let me know. I'd love to have the help and you would be making the group even better.
So for now, thats about it. I just wanted to introduce myself and say I look forward to working with you in the future. Have a Happy Holiday Season and please feel free to email me with any questions you may have.