In the off season, I try to work on my personal projects. I’d be lying if I said I had many. I’ve been horrible about doing my own work since I started my business. It’s easy to get caught up in the “business” and not concentrate on creating. That sounds like such a hipster artist thing to say. “I just need to create, man. Make art” Even though it sounds cliche, I suppose a lot of it is true.
In any profession we need to get back to our roots at some point. Find out the reason we chose a certain career or path. A lot of times, we might not know why, sometimes we just fall into things. I’m happy that I found photography at a young age. I was even more blessed to attend a high school with a growing arts program. It helped me find my true passion. Ok, that’s enough hipster artist talk for today. Lets look at some images.
MIT Boston, MA
Detroit Institute of Arts at night, Detroit MI
Black Star Farms winery Traverse City, MI
Dresser in our hotel Cambridge, MA
Some of you may recognize this from my Christmas card this year. It’s a reflection of a lamp in an antique mirror at a hotel in Boston, MA. I really just liked the colors and the grungy-ness of the glass. I always try to see things differently!
I have several rolls of film and 16GB’s of memory to take with me on my upcoming trip to the Bahamas coming up soon…