I have a lot of commercial advertising work coming up which means the world will never know that I shot it. I never get to put my name on it, but I get paid a lot to do it so it’s fine. The next project I’m working on has me going to Fiji for a month. The nature of the project means I can’t say a lot, but I’m super excited.
I’m ecstatic about doing my book tour from the end of September… sharing with all the power of storytelling and photography. I want to be that mentor who affects kids: the next generation of photographers, outdoor enthusiasts and storytellers. Now that I’m a parent, my biggest dream is for my daughter to find her passion, something that she loves and can make a living out of. I hope that I live long enough to enjoy watching her pursue her passion, whatever it may be.
The beauty of photography is that no two careers are the same. You don’t know what’s coming next. How you shoot is defined by your journey, your personal interests and characteristics, weaknesses and strengths and vulnerabilities. You have to learn to embrace ambiguity.