#project330 moves along today to my 25th year. 25. The weekend after my 25th birthday, I visited Winston in Nashville as his girlfriend.  I left Nashville as his fiancée. Three months after my 25th birthday, I packed up my things in Hattiesburg and trekked across Mississippi and Alabama to the state of my childhood: Tennessee. I once again […]

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My Love Letter continues this morning as we look at my 24th year. 24. I moved to Southern Mississippi the summer before my 24th birthday for my first post-college job. Before the move, I knew I wanted to adopt a dog; it was just a matter of me settling into my schedule and finding the […]

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  • September 3, 2014 - 12:54 pm

    Katherine - Erin, I am LOVING this series, because I feel like I’m getting to know you that much better. :) Your Lucy is such a blessing and I adore her sweet, happy face in these photos. Hooray for wonderful pups!ReplyCancel

  • September 3, 2014 - 11:55 pm

    Matt Bush - That does not seem like it has been six years ago ! It seems like it could have been last week. Lot of memories from our old bylines. If we would have came out of J-School 25 years ago we would have both been at major metros by now…

    You got her right after you cut your arm at that Southern Miss game didn’t you ? I have a photo of all of us from that night. Ihink it was our first game as staffers

    Lucy is still the only dog I know that does not like me.ReplyCancel

The #project330 Love Letter to My 20’s continues today. 22. I discovered my calling as a media photographer. The previous year, I began work at LSU’s student newspaper, and when I turned 22, I was hired as the photo editor at The Daily Reveille. I made sure my photographers were taken care of, shot assignments and worked with […]

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The #project330 Love Letter to My 20’s continues today. 21. The summer of my 21st year, I packed up my bags and flew halfway across the world to Italy, where I studied art for the summer. I signed up for an Independent Study Photography course, and when I was given the ultimate freedom to photograph anything […]

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