I went to the Kauffman Center on Sunday to retrieve my lost driver’s license, which had fallen out of my pocket when I was volunteering at the TedXKC event (major awesomeness there, by the way). As I was leaving, I saw this guy photographing his truck in front of the building. I went on about my business and drove away. Two blocks away, I kicked myself for not stopping, so I went back. The guy was pulling away, so I flagged him down and asked if I could photograph his truck. We chatted for awhile, and I kicked myself again for not having a real camera with me, just my cell phone.
The part where karma comes in is pretty awesome. Turns out Kevin Lee is a visual kind of guy, a creative director at VML, so he understands why someone would chase him down and want to get a photo of his truck. Turns out, no one has ever asked to use his truck as a prop in a photo shoot. Guess who’s going to be the first?
After karate class today, I stayed at the dojo to photograph Safety Day with a bunch of little ninjas. It’s so fun to see Sensei Daniel in action with the kids. He’s such a good teacher! All of the Black Belts are eager to help the little ones learn. I love capturing the faces of these little warriors.