Making assignments for yourself, being able to pursue your own creativity or trust your own artistic compulsions is the only way to make distinctive work that sticks with yourself and others. It’s the only way to prevent yourself from becoming stagnant.
An image that has simply convinced me that I need to spend more time creating images outside. Glass Head My Green Period From Nature
I’ve pulled away from something. I made sure to create a photo with a certain color for my blog challenges and would post it no matter how little I liked … Continue reading The Year of Re-Finding my Artistic Voice
I originally wrote this post, and published it on Toy Photographers in 2017, but it constantly remains oh so relevant. The very first play in The Photographer’s Playbook asks the … Continue reading Being in the Game
By dictionary definition, success is ‘the accomplishment of an aim or purpose (it’s also ‘the attainment of popularity or profit,’ but let’s focus on the first one for now. I … Continue reading On Measuring Success
For the Daily Prompt: Money for Nothing.
I was recently interviewed by the lovely Michaella Rose. Check out the post and her page here. Thanks for reading. And thank you Michaella, for the opportunity.