Avon: Cherish Every Moment

Saturday, June 17, 2017

While I was browsing my files, I saw folders of images that I haven't seen or touched for a year. One of these was when I covered an Avon event for their new fragrance then called Avon Cherish. It was a beautiful event. From the venue to the setup, to the food, and guests, it's perfect. Uncovering this made me somehow miss doing it.

I miss the thrill of getting into events. I usually turn to my introvert self whenever I'm around a flock of strangers but I remember always being challenged by this task. I had to take gorgeous photos using my trusty phone, get videos of candid and behind the scenes moments, capture every smile and relevant people. It was a training ground for someone who had no proper training with photography like me.

But now, I mostly do writing and just witness it from a viewer, a fan, or an audience's point of view. It made me realized how thankful I was to experience covering events in general. It helped me more in boosting my confidence, honing my skills, and just to face my fears. I surely did cherish every single event and moment I had. I'm glad to have passed the crown to our junior colleagues and to see them flourish like I once did.

So make sure you do, too. An opportunity only knocks once, rarely does it come by twice. Cherish every single moment of it. Breathe it in and breathe out skills and experiences.

See more photos of Jodi Sta. Maria for Avon Cherish and Paulo Avelino for Black Suede below.

Love lots, xx

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