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I love it when people ask where I’m from. The typical conversation usually goes something like this:⠀
Friend - “Where are you from?”⠀
Me - “California”⠀
Friend - “Ahh, so you moved to New York from California?”⠀
Me - “No, I moved here from India.”⠀
Friend - “India? That’s cool! What were you there for?”⠀
Me - “Work.”⠀
Friend - “Brilliant, that must have been a wonderful experience. What do you do for work?”⠀
Me - “I work for Bank of New York Mellon.”⠀
Friend - “Wait, so how did you end up working for Bank of New York in India?”⠀
Me - “Well, I joined them in Dublin, Ireland.”⠀
Friend - “Uhh, wait, okay. So how did you end up in Dublin?”⠀
Me - “I just decided to move there after I graduated college in California. Figured, why not get out of the States, see what I can make of myself?”⠀
Friend - “Fair choice. And so you moved from California to Dublin, and joined Bank of New York there, and then you moved to New York?”⠀
Me - “Uhh…I actually was in Boston first after Dublin. It was California then Dublin, then Boston, then India, then New York.”⠀
Friend - “Right haha, okay. So you moved here to New York in July? Are you here for good now?”⠀
Me - “Oh, I leave in March.”⠀
Friend – “Oh…okay. Where to next?”⠀
Me – “Back to California…ish…”⠀
Friend – “What do you mean ish?”⠀
Me – “I’ll be heading back to California to start the Pacific Crest Trail!”⠀
I don’t think the question of “Where you’re from” should ever be a simple answer. It’s a shame for such an important question to be answered with one word answers. Even for those whose origin is less muddled than mine, the question deserves detail.⠀
It seems we lose a fair amount of humanity in exchange for our convenience and expediency.⠀
Camera: Canon 5D Mark III⠀
Lens: Canon 17-40 mm F/4 @ 19mm⠀
Shutter Speed: 1/15’ ⠀
Volcanic Tablelands, Bishop, California, United States
About four years ago I was at the peak of unhappiness. Maybe that’s just where most people are at when they are twenty-seven. For me, I felt like I had spent the last two years investing myself emotionally into something that ended up leaving me feeling like I had lost myself when it was gone. Professionally I was even more stunted. I had given seven years to an industry that was struggling and a company resistant to change. I would leave on Friday night already dreading Monday morning. I was deeply unhappy despite meeting some of my favorite in the world at that position. Photography helped heal me emotionally; but my professional life was still down-spiraling. I was bitter, tired, and finally I couldn’t handle one more minute. I ended up joining the credit union industry and in doing so, found my professional place in this world. So after several weeks of excitement and anxious waiting, today, I was finally allowed to reveal the big news! I was selected as one of 78 young professionals in the credit union industry across the United States to “crash” our Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington D.C. next month. It’s a huge honor to be chosen as somebody who might someday have the ability to make a change in my industry. Not to mention the opportunity to work for an industry and credit union that supports the development of their young leaders. This is a huge career development for me, and I cannot wait to see what amazing things come from this experience. Just know that it is never too late to change your life - to find the things that make your soul happy. I’m lucky, I got those two things at close to the same time, and I’ve fought to keep making amazing things happen for myself. So watch out Washington D.C. - I’m coming for you!! #montanamoment#glaciernationalpark#optoutside#aov5k#visualsoflife
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