As some of you know, shortly after my 22nd birthday, I hopped on a plane to Paris, France to help get my sister settled in for her French immersion/study abroad experience. While I’ve been to a number of diverse cities in the world, the convergence of old and new, especially in terms of art and culture, had me very excited to visit Paris. Perhaps the best part of this trip, not to psyche myself out, is that even if Paris is miserable, I’ll be spending 8 days in Vienna visiting family, which is easily one of my favorite cities, and what often feels like a second home. That being said, here’s what Paris has been like so far:
I realized that I have yet to post about my sister, who is one of the greatest influences to my life and my photography.
Arrizu is a beautiful individual who has been not only a great sister, but a great friend my entire life. We’ve had our ups and downs, but I think it was during my senior year of high school, when I was ASB President and she was VP that we really learned to work together. Since going to college, our relationship has developed a ton, and I have even more respect for her today. While she has journeyed out on her own and learned a lot, all of her facial expressions were learned from me.
More images of her after the jump. Continue reading