September 16, 2017

Updates!

Hi Everyone!

It has been a while since I posted on here. There have been lots of changes (good changes) in our life over the last few months. If you want to see more of my journey, check out my Instagram page @davidbcluff.

Here are some of the changes that have taken place:

1. After many years of working with a construction business here in St. Louis as an office staff,  I took a new position as a Photography Project Managers for a furniture company. Photography has always been a passion and being able to lead and work with other photographers is a dream come true.

2. Bonbr.com -- This one is something I am really excited about. I got invited by the Bonbr team to collaborate and host a new show! I will be hosting, "Life In Between" where you get to join me on the cochlear implant journey as a father, husband, photographer, and founder of deafteens.org. Check out this awesome intro video collaboration between me and a St. Louis Videographer, CalebClips!





3. deafteens.org continues to be improved and developed to expand! Go check it out! www.deafteens.org

Stay tuned for more posts to come!

David

June 25, 2017

Moments Like These

I have been wanting to get into videography for some time and about a month ago, I decided to really start to learn more about it. Last weekend, I gave it a shot and filmed moments with my family and what my oldest son likes to do these days. Between the moments and the song, it was a perfect production. I am so excited to film more and learn more about the vlogging world. Welcome to our vlogging journey!



Be sure to check out my new YouTube channel and subscribe to follow more of my family moments!

-David

June 18, 2017

Happy Father's Day!

Lucas has grown up so much this year and is a great big brother. I am so blessed to be their father and grateful for the many lessons I have learned. We're also blessed with wonderful grandfathers who are great examples to our boys. Happy Father's Day!

June 9, 2017

Keep on Trying!

When I watched this song for the first time, I was speechless. Everything I am today goes back to "If I would try..." it has not always been easy but it has been worth it. When I first lost my hearing, it was a hard time, but through trying, I am able to hear with a cochlear implant and have a greater appreciation for life. If you had a rough day, keep on trying! 

You are an inspiration, Mandy Harvey!