Patterns Amongst Chaos (And The Comfort They Bring)

As a photographer, one tends to look more closely than perhaps the average person, and see beauty in what many would overlook.  Something I've realised as I've grown older is that parts of my personality make up that seem incongruous and incompatible are actually closely intertwined, and different forms of the same root. Take, for… Continue reading Patterns Amongst Chaos (And The Comfort They Bring)

Untethering From Tireless Tracking

I've loved numbers and statistics for as long as I can remember, so any devices or applications that give some kind of virtual dashboard to more, I generally take on with relish. At the start of 2018 I bought a Misfit Ray activity tracker, to see how much activity I engaged in each day. This… Continue reading Untethering From Tireless Tracking

Finding Photography Happiness – It’s Not About The Numbers

A book I'm reading about parenting talks about TV ads, and how we might approach them with children. Essentially the author suggests we gently show our kids how the ad is designed to sell us a product, and we should not take it too seriously. In fact he suggests we turn ad watching into various… Continue reading Finding Photography Happiness – It’s Not About The Numbers