In life it is very important to have people alongside of you, supporting what you’re doing and offering you friendship. As artists our work can often be solitary, we spend hours upon hours alone while we work and even though we may not be lonely it is important to keep people close. There will always be a need for someone who is willing to offer us a hand in life and in the 21st century these people don’t always need to be within our town. The internet makes people extremely available and connections can be made through any social media form.
When I embarked on this 52 week project I wasn’t exactly certain what would happen. Both in 2016 and in 2017 I decided to create an image every week for a year, but within the first quarter I fell behind and eventually stopped. When I joined a group on Facebook that was doing a 52 week project I didn’t know if I would be able to commit entirely to the challenge. Saying I want to do something is always the easiest part, the area that I struggle with is staying focused. But here I am, surpassing the half way point.
Having meet Jonathan briefly during the Promoting Passion Convention I could tell he was an a very talented person, but it wasn’t until we started doing the same 52 week project that I realized how incredibly kind and creative he is. After connecting through Facebook and Instagram, I couldn’t imagine a better person to feature for this months post. I hope you enjoy the interview I did with him for he is a truly incredible photographer.
Dreams shouldn’t always be dreams. They sound nice and are pleasant to think about, but how much better would our dreams be if they were our reality? The only possible way we can achieve our perfect reality is through hard work and dedication. No dream is too large to accomplish, even if it seems so in the beginning. When I started photography I never expected to walk into a gallery and find my art hanging on the wall. Yet there I stood looking at three of my pieces. Continue reading “Orlando Exhibition: Part 2”
I cannot think of a happier, bubblier person than Sabrina. She constantly has a smile on her face and is always ready and willing to give a hug. We met in 2015 at the Promoting Passion photography convention and over the past three years we’ve become good friends. Her creativity and and gorgeous tones always inspire me, there is always something so incredibly magical about her work. Continue reading to delve into her creation process. Continue reading “First Friday Feature: Sabrina Fattal”
Over the years we learn new things and as we do we grow. We are constantly adjusting to new situations, locations, and people. Some things we learn over time, small lessons building up to result in the understanding of the final concept. While other things we learn almost instantly.
Through the use of dramatic and surreal images Brad is able to communicate tales of unusual depth that pierce straight into the heart. Each image is beautifully unique and vibrant, often depicting simple backgrounds with intricately built characters. Each image Brad produces goes above and beyond the last, surpassing many artists in meaning and visual.
Continue reading to get a small glimpse into his amazing process. Continue reading “First Friday Feature: Brad Branson”