What Did You Do During Quarantine? How Tribeza’s Team Spent Free Time at Home
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When not running around like a bandit between masked photo shoots, I spent time outside doing Camp Gladiator virtual workouts or enjoying to-go picnics from favorite local restaurants like Contigo and Old Thousand. I also finally got the chance to finish all seven Harry Potter books, which was a delightful escape. –Hannah J. Phillips, Managing Editor
I’ve been immersed in launching a new card game called The Heart of Cthulhu with Patrick Kelleher, who’s drawing and painting while I research sea monster mythology and post his original artwork on Instagram (@heart_of_cthulhu). We’ve already played a prototype of the game. Going on sea adventures while sheltering in place has been a blast. –Aaron Parsley, Digital Director
Taking pictures is my favorite way to explore the city, so suddenly spending so much time indoors made it hard to feel creative. Whenever I leave for groceries and to-go orders, I bring my camera. Documenting the everyday views I usually take for granted, I’ve been so inspired and thankful to live in a place with unlimited optimism and generosity. –Holly Cowart, Digital Media Manager
Quarantine has given my wife and I the time together that we always wished we had. It has allowed me to focus on my passions and reevaluate what is truly important. I also got pretty good at cutting my own hair. Don’t worry, #SHEDBarber, I’ll be back. –Paul Krushin, Account Executive
I had the chance to take a break from staying home in quarantine to do some outdoor work for a friend at Rancho de Vida. I cut an entire field on this tractor, got some sun and enjoyed the wide-open spaces. –George Elliman, CEO + Publisher
In this season, we’ve found that creativity comes in many forms, whether helping businesses and churches pivot to digital content during lockdown or buying a self-manicure set so we can cast ourselves as hand models in home product photo shoots! –Andrew Bennett, Cover Photographer