Hustle. Grind. Donkeywork. Elbow grease. They all pretty-much mean the same thing. I follow quite a few people that preach on the power of hustle. Probably the king right now is Gary Vaynerchuk. His videos and posts are entertaining, informative, and can leave you with the distinct taste of ‘I suck’ at the end of […]
So, what’s the purpose of this blog? Of this site? After all, my photography site has somewhere around 500 blog posts since its inception several years ago (not a huge number, but nothing to sneeze at either. Side note: who sneezes at things they don’t like anyways?). This new site is a journey for me, […]
When I was in 5th grade, I had a wonderful teacher named Ms. Guelpa. She stands out as one of my few childhood teachers that I distinctly remember. One day, I remember drawing a picture of a car in her classroom. I don’t remember if it was part of an art class, or if I was just doodling. But I remember getting a lot of compliments on that drawing, and it’s my earliest memory of creating something that was cool.
Since then, art has always been part of my life on some level. During some years, it’s been a really small part – others, greater. It’s taken different forms too – drawing, music, and photography. But no matter the form, I’ve always tried to make sure that my art is mine first – i.e. I’m creating something that I’m genuinely interested in.