How Has Instant Results Affected Creativity?

We all wear two hats, one as a creative and one as a marketer. In days of old, we would create a body of work, photographers would be able to work on a project and keep the creative hat on until completion. They wouldn't be stepping back and forth between worlds because they couldn't get... Continue Reading →

Artist vs. Photographer, A Search For Truth

(This is a follow-up to my last post, Film, Huh, Good God, What is it Good For?) The bricklayer takes bricks and cement and builds a wall.  It's an expression of function, and the result is useful as structure. The artist who uses bricks as his medium (if perhaps there is one that does) takes... Continue Reading →

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