frankworksfrankworks2017-10-12We took a trip to have some professional headshots done the other day 📷⠀
We ended up finding the props box and couldn't help ourselves! What a sweet masterpiece we make.. 😂 More photos coming to our website soon! ⠀
http://instatbt.com/Place/brooklyn-new-york/212950988Brooklyn, New YorkWelcoming October made me feel that I have failed so many times, but I realize that through those failures I grew to be stronger and more mature. Now I’m at the point in my life that I love who I am, what I do and the way that I treat others, I love the people around me and the way that they treat me (including the people that are not nice to me), I love the place where I work, I love my home and the person with whom I share my life, I love to visit my mom and at times when I can’t go for some reason I get to the point that I miss her coffee.
Resuming I just learned to appreciate things cause at the end of the day we are alive and being alive it’s a reason to keep going.
Like Arthur Ashe said ;
Life was hard for many years but
Happiness keeps you Sweet,
Trials keep you Strong,
Sorrow keeps you Human,
Failure keeps you humble and Success keeps you glowing,
but only Faith & Attitude Keeps you going..” .
Jordan DarmanJordan Darman2017-09-29So I wrote this back in may before my last surgery to explain my story so I thought I'd post this again for my new account. So in honor of worldibdday I thought I'd share my story (well the shortened version lol). I've been sick on and off my whole life but at the age of 13 is when my illness took a turn for the worse. Even then it took almost 4 years of pain, embarrassment and feeling alone until I finally got my diagnosis of Ulcerative Colitis I felt some relief and then went on to try every medication known to man to try and beat my symptoms. But nothing worked and I become steroid dependent. Then I met the man who was going to give my life back Rupert Hodder my surgeon. So just before my 19th birthday I had my first out of three surgeries. Now fast forward 6 years and I've had 9 surgeries with another 1 coming up, I've had a reversal and now have a permanent ileostomy, no large bowel and almost 2 foot of small bowel gone, I've had sepsis twice, 4 fistulas, misdiagnosis of Crohns, countless tests and procedures, months and months in hospital and made a family within those hospital walls. Some days I curl up in a ball and cry and some days I push through and remember I'm a survivor!! ibdawarenesscrohnslifeimasurvivorstrongerthenilookileostomylifepurpleribbonfranklifehttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/p640x640/21984495_1405057679610763_3345403666700959744_n.jpg2017-09-29
LibbyaleaLibbyalea2017-09-19Nice start to the shoot day. .
http://instatbt.com/Place/dmexco/325259294557094Dmexcoday 1 of dmexco was 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 great input to digest and fascinating conversations to follow up on. now to day two, where sven will be part of a panel discussion on programmatic creativity (experience hall, 11:15-11:50) 👀 franklifeagencylifeprogrammatic