Posted September 07, 2018 07:59:00Shane Bright is one of the country’s leading rock and roll photographers.
But, for the past three months, he has been working at home, trying to make ends meet.
His job is paid well, he said, and he has plenty of time to spend with his family.
“I’ve been able to take some time off to go visit my friends and family in Colorado,” Bright said.
“My wife and I are going, as well as my kids, to a local ski resort this week, and then we’re going to visit my dad in Colorado.”
But while Bright is happy to be back at home in Denver, he is also a little nervous.
The family, including his children, has relocated to Colorado, and his job is getting harder to come by.
“This is not something I have ever experienced,” Bright told The Associated Press.
“It’s definitely been tough, but I am going to do everything I can to get through this.”
Shane and his wife, Kelly, are currently living in a small hotel in Denver.
But he said they are planning to visit his grandparents this weekend.
“It’s not like we’re in the middle of a drought, but there’s just a little bit of cold coming down the Rockies and I think it’s going to hit,” Bright explained.
“I’m hoping it won’t be that long before the weather turns warmer.”
Shanahan Bright, right, and Shane Bright with their two children, Brandon and Hannah, pose with their daughter, Lauren, after arriving at the ski resort where they are staying in Colorado, Friday, Sept. 7, 2018.
Shane has been shooting at home for a year and a half, but he said he is now trying to keep up with the changes in the industry.
“We just had to move a little more, and we have to keep shooting a little faster,” Bright recalled.
“So we’re just trying to do what we can, but we’ll be out for a few weeks.”