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Infinitely Looping Video Clips in January

  January was a lot of things. “productive”, “comfortable” and “optimistic”, didn’t describe any of them. However, “busy”, “distracting”, and “motivating” were somewhere on the list. After taking a break from the monthly project in December, I wanted to get onto...

Editing Ryan & Leah’s Engagement Video in August

  August was an incredibly busy month for me, and September is shaping up to be even more intense. Hence this post coming almost halfway through September. Nevertheless, I’ve committed myself to working on and publishing something creatively challenging...

Why education matters to someone who didn’t get one

When I was about 16 years old, I dropped out of high school. I’ve waffled on whether that was the right decision, but I’ve never really regretted it. The school system we had wasn’t right for me. I’ve never excelled under ‘authoritarian’ conditions and even in...

2015 In Art, Business & Life

Download the whole album for free here 2016 was an important year for me. I gained a lot of headspace by making some bad decisions with my business (don’t try and outsource your business’s attitude, it won’t work). But, thanks to that questionable...

The Speech [Review]

The Speech is a transcript from 2010 of Bernie Sanders’ 8 hour attempt to talk the senate out of approving a deal, “Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010”, which would give massive tax breaks to the already “fabulously...

How To Be Inspired Like a Pro

I had a conversation recently with someone about artistic inspiration. Both of us artists and photographers, he wondered whether some people were simply inspired more often than others. It’s a good question, though the obvious answer is that some people probably do...

How We Make Perfect the Enemy of Good

This is a straightforward saying that most of us know. The picture it conjures is one of a hyper-perfectionist, grooming their work so meticulously that it never gets finished. The concept of perfect work becomes the enemy of done work–work that was probably...