Self-Reflection

As an artist, I feel like I am always evolving each year with my work and as it is nearing the end of 2018 (hello November!). It has really matured along with my perspective on life and in a good way. I’m not the most perfect person, I am very self-critical of myself and I know it has a lot to do with a lot of critical people I have met along the way from being a small child following into my young adult years, shaping me into the artist I am now because instead of taking the things they say completely into my heart, I stood back up and fought for what I wanted in life. I cannot stress it enough to how humble I am to have a talent to see the things the way that I do. 

Anyways, enough with the sappy story, I know. Cleaning and reshaping this portfolio is tough business, this was just some mad self reflecting I’ve been dealing with each time I work on my art, exploring new ways to share what can’t be said with words all the time and with a mind that runs a mile a minute, makes it worse. Ha! Added a new section to practice 35mm photography, I want to do photoshoots soon too plus cleaned up my polaroid section. Currently working on buying some new cameras which includes the new OneStep+ because analog photography is life. Enough said.

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