Photography is a never ending discovery, there is always something new, something to work on, something that inspires.Â Sometimes we can be overstimulated, well I can, sometimes we can feel uninspired, thankfully this doesn’t happen to often for me, years of trying to write has taught me to watch my moods and be gentle with...
Jill J.As I find myself on this self-portrait journey, I sometimes lack creativity with all the craziness around me – moving, planning the wedding and well, just life. I still push forward, but seeing your photos and hearing your words has given me so much inspiration and makes me want to renew my commitment to this project by putting the spark back into it. Thank you for being yourself and for the honesty in your work, it’s breathtakingly wonderful.
Stacey GoreThat’s creepy & cool all at the same time!
melissayou honor me you are a wonderful artist, thank you Jill
CarlaI work on collages. Slowly. I make collages with stuff I find in the streets, at work, some times just markers where I write on a piece of paper. If they are “sendable”, I pick an art museum and send it to them, with a note that says “one day you’ll wish you kept this. It’s my little homage to Warhol :)
Thanks for the blog… made me think of my process a bit :)