Anchour. My connection with Anchour started with a quick email introduction via a mutual client. Josh meet Jess. Jess meet Josh. It was over before it even started. I was all in.
My love with Anchour began at a coffee shop in a wobbly green vintage metal patio chair at an equally eclectic coffee table. We spoke of dreams and passions with excitements about why. Why photography? Why me? Why Anchour? I went home with stars in my eyes and knew this was going to be a game changer for me. Without knowing it, Josh and the team at Anchour gave me a platform to publicly believe in myself. I was captivated, enamored, enchanted.
Meeting, emails, and phone calls followed. Lots of them. Dreams and visions, creation and passion took flight quickly at Anchour. Their passion for creation is obnoxiously captivating in the best possible way. It's the Wonka Bar of perfection. The fizzy lifting drink you can't help but drink!
We talked about strategy and brand, inspiration and motivation, colors and fonts. In a conference room full of creative humans I didn't know, I opened my soul. I explained passion, my need for connections and emotions and they just got me. ME. They got me, the parts of me that I am unable to explain. They turned all of it into a logo, a color palette, a website, a brand and it's me. It's not only me, but it's my clients. The heart and soul of everything that connects me to them, them to me, and all of us to the natural raw beauty of our surroundings and the love we create.
Anchour, I cannot write you a love poem but if I did it would go something like this. (Please pardon the missing commas and other such things that make this grammatically correct.
If I were going to quote someone with a lot more poise than myself, I would quote Elizabeth Barret Browning's, How do I love thee? (Sonnet 43). So, here it is. A few lines from a beautiful sonnet, along with the magic of how you made Lost in Reverie Photography's logo and website ME in every single way.
Thank you for getting me, my style, my personality, my excitement and relentless enthusiasm. Thank you for shaping Lost in Reverie Photography into what it is today. Josh, Stephen, Victoria, Brianna, Matt, Alex, Marc, thank you for caring, with enthusiasm. Thank you for dancing when I walked through the door and giving me a hug when I cried. With enthusiasm, thank you!