I had the pleasure of flying to Houston, Texas last week to photograph Duchesne Academy of The Sacred Heart, a Pre-K to 12th Grade Catholic school for girls. [FYI: Duchesne is French and is pronounced “doo-shen”.]
I was blown away by the tremendous amount of kindness that exuded from the students and faculty during my 3-day visit. There were students who helped put away furniture that we moved for the shoot and did it even after we said they didn’t need to help. People held doors for us and welcomed us with big, genuine smiles. When we asked for directions to a room, there were students who didn’t just point, but rather, they took the time to walk with us.
That may sound small, but I don’t think any amount of kindness is ever “small”. And they never went unnoticed or unappreciated.
The emblem for this school is a heart, which I think is perfect because, from what I experienced, this school is full of HEART. <3
Since I have too many favorites to share on this 3-Day Commercial Photography project, I divided them up into two blog posts:
Part 1: Days 1 and 2, which were the wet days. Yep, it was raining. On Tuesday, there was even a thunderstorm and the darkest sky I’ve ever seen in the day! Part 2: Day 3, which happened to be the dry day. Wahooo… and there was sunshine!
Below is Part 1. Enjoy!