Art is a huge thing in my life but lately I’ve been playing soccer. I think that it’s important for an artist to not be so consumed in one thing. I think that it’s important for an artist to expand and do some things that are not art-related. In doing that, I think that actually helps artwork be more fresh and lively because you are experiencing new things and meeting different people that you wouldn’t normally meet in the art world.
Did you teach yourself everything about photography and cameras? Sometimes I feel like 'yes, let's do this' and other times i'm like 'oh my god this is so much information how will I possibly teach myself these things' Guess i'm just looking for someone to tell me its possible if I apply myself
We broke up because of dumb things. It’s sad because a lot of it could have been prevented. I am glad I had that time with him though. He is a talented artist and a great human being and ill never forget him.
First of all, I follow you on Facebook and Tumblr, and seeing the work that you post makes me feel as though I, as the viewer, am drawn to and involved in the photo's story. It is something very unique. Anyways, to my question- How do you get inspired for your photography? Your work is so creative, I just wonder what you saw, heard, or experienced that made you want to create a piece from it.
A lot of pictures deal with certain feelings I’m having in a certain space. I like going into woods and forests and experiencing this weird euphoric state when I start daydreaming, going off of that and producing works in response to the feelings I get; sometimes I get lost in my head in magical spaces