Strobist.com, which is one of the world’s leading photographic resources, recently featured a piece on my ‘Living: Island Style’ project, in which I set out to photograph the architecure of Iceland during a three-week whirlwind trip around the country. The article discusses my motivation, how I pulled it all off, and how it might inspire other photographers to undertake a personal project of their own to further their career and kickstart their creative growth. I’m really happy with the way David Hobby, the author, wrote the piece, and I have received numerous emails thanking me for inspiring them with my trip. When I left Los Angeles, nobody really had any idea what I was talking about when I told them I was going to photograph architecture on a remote island in the North Atlantic. “You’re going where? To do what? Why?” was the most common response. Check out the article, I’d love to know what you think, and I hope you are inspired to take on a project of your own after reading it. If you ended up here from Strobist, thanks so much for visiting, and I hope you enjoy the work on my site.
Keep an eye out for the finished ‘Living: Island Style’ project, which is slated to be finished by the end of the year.
To read the article on Strobist, click here.