I had been a daily photo-shooter for probably the last seven or so years. Had been – until this summer when I just kind of burnt out, I think. I don’t even entirely know what happened, but all of a sudden, I didn’t need to shoot every day. In fact, I needed a break from it. And so I took one. I stopped my 365-project-ing and most of my other little creative projects cold turkey.
The last month or so, though, I’ve started picking it back up. I’ve started shooting my own life, documenting my days and the moments, the light as I feel called to it. I don’t have any rules or expectations of what kind of thing all of it means or will create. I’m just shooting for me a little bit again. And it’s been a relief.
So, I’m not sure what it is right now, and as a project-junkie, I am trying really hard to be okay with that. To just let whatever I’m capturing, whatever captures my imagination, whatever I’m seeing that I’m falling in love with, be enough, to be plenty. To fill me and my creative buckets just as much I need it to.
All the best,