Twenty Thirteen was not a great year for consistent blog posts. I was more focused on producing work than sharing it and as a result, weeks would pass without an update. Thank you for still being here while I continue to try and regroup and write more often. What 2013 was however, was a very busy year.
The calendar doesn’t wait until I’m ready and if nothing else, it is pushing me to look over my years work. Many image files of which have yet to be sorted, explored and appreciated.
My time is split between a design studio and personal adventures in art through photography. It’s photography that has helped keep me away from spending too much time at a computer desk. It encourages more travel and exploring more of Prince Edward Island – a place I have called home all my life – but a place that I still take for granted. For an island so small, there are still so many locations I have yet to experience.
What did 2013 look like to me? Photographically speaking, here is my year in review. But prepare yourself, this is no top 10 of what I think are my best. It truly is a wide range of images that reflect back on a subset of my past 12 months.