Now that 2016 is in full gear, I’ve begun to think how to rebrand/rebuild what I’ve been doing professionally for over 30 years. As Joel Grimes put it, if you’re not producing self generated work at least once a week, you run the risk of falling into obscurity. So I’m pushing myself into areas photographically that I have not felt very comfortable with.
But I realize it’s necessary to grow even at this stage of my career in a profession I have loved in 1977 when I received my first camera.
“In a world where one billion photos are taken each day, we suffer from photographic overload, a collective visual fatigue even among a vibrant array of venues and greater opportunities for sharing photos. The big challenge is to show people something they haven’t seen before, a new approach to an old issue or idea that won’t go away…”