Top 5 Of 2018

2018, if it could be summed up in a single sentence, was by far a year full of learning. I have managed to continue along with the black and white theme for my photography, which has only become more of a challenge for myself as I do what I can to get my name out there and make some sales. Since this is something that I want to do all the time, I have taken to learning as much about marketing my work as I can in the latter half of the year - something I only wish I had done sooner.

I have begun to find myself not only in my day-to-day life but also in my photography, learning much more about it than I thought previously possible. I have sold my first print, officially accomplishing the New Year's Resolution I had set at the beginning of the year. Furthermore, I have been reading much more; the books which I read can be found here, for those interested.

While I have done little in terms of travel past the exploration of New York, I have found myself oddly at peace with this. What I am finding out is just how right Ben Horne is, taking a few week-long trips centered entirely around photography. I am quickly running out of places of interest near where I live and am being forced to drive further to photograph new things. However, I am okay with this, and look forward to the spring when I can camp more comfortably.

I feel as though 2019 will be yet another year of learning but also of successes, if all goes as I hope. We shall see.

Regardless, here are my top 5 of 2018.

Feel free to click on any of the images that catch your eye to be directed to their individual shop page where you can read more about them.

Top Five Goals

Sell one print a month

Travel and wildcamp in Colorado

Buy a 4x5 large format camera

Write more about my photography

Release a calendar for the 2020 year

Here's to another great year! I can only hope that 2019 treats me as well - if not much better - than 2018 has. And to everyone reading this, I thank you tremendously for all the continued support you have provided me with. I hope to continue to inspire you and hopefully a piece of my artwork will find it's way within your homes.