[embracing uncertainty]Anyone who does anything even remotely creative has had to, I'm sure, deal with creative block at least once. There are many articles about it, videos on YouTube, blog posts, and here's another one.More Like This
At the beginning of the year I went through a rather unpleasant experience, that not only changed my life, but had a huge impact on my fundamental perception of life, love, relationships, and friendship. With the time that has already passed, I can say that I am still in the process of recovering, and on bad days it feels like I'm not even halfway there.
Around mid-Spring I started making first baby steps towards returning to a normal life, and to art. I took pictures, and sometimes I enjoyed it, and other times I didn't at all, and I couldn't (and, looking back, still can't) put my finger on the reason why it felt so different. Something small would change and I would lose the fun of an entire project.
So... I gave up. After the June exhibition I put my camera down and haven't picked it up