Hey Everyone,

As you can see, if you're looking at recent posts to the blog, you'll notice it's been over a year since my last post. I know, complete slacker, right!? However, this is not because I haven't been active or busy this past year, oh no, it's completely the opposite. 

This past year I have been going through a lot of changes within my business and personal life. Now that life is starting to get back to a more normal schedule again, I am so very happy to jump right back into blogging. 

With taking a good year off from the blog, I have been still putting new work, business, and life updates to my social media, most notably my Instagram feed. But now, after a year in the making, I have so much content to catch you all up on, and I'm so happy to archive it here on my own website.  

So, let's get into it, shall we? What better way to start than to start from the beginning, right!? 

A short while after I made my most recent blog post, I began renovations on my studio. To preface, I have been in the same studio space for 10+ years  and it was time for a change. There's going to be an in depth video with the story behind the entire process coming soon, so I'm going to leave that for another post. However, to begin, I want to share this quick video tour fly-through of the all new renovated David Apuzzo, Photography studio.

The entire renovation process was such an awesome experience. It was one of those experiences where you can feel the growth happening right before your eyes, and it really took not only my business, but my personal growth to the next step in life. 

So, without having a long-winded blog post, let's get to the point of this post.  I am so very happy to share with you this quick gly-through video by my good friend, Matt Van Ness.

The music was hand-picked to help tell the story of this past year, and as you'll see in the video, this was a serious renovation that took nearly 6 months. Of course it didn't have to take 6 months, but with my schedule and my good friend Kyle's help, we only got to work on it here and there. The wait was definitely worth it though.

For the full viewing experience, try to watch it in full HD 1080p quality and in full screen mode. You can select the quality by clicking the little "gear" icon at the bottom right of the video, then selecting the full HD 1080p option. In order to watch the video in full screen mode, just select the full screen icon on the far bottom-right corner.

Thanks so much for bearing with me and sending your continued support. 2019 is shaping up to be a great new step, and this studio renovation was just phase 1, with many more stories to come.