Posts in Inspiration Notes
Reclaiming Photography at Photoville
Women's March on NYC

I was one of those marchers.  Toting a camera instead of a sign I was there to support a cause that I am passionate about: women's equality and many of the other intersectional feminist platforms of immigration, social justice, civil rights, and equal pay. I was also there to call for and end to the racist and misogynistic rhetoric that plagued the campaign and the media's ongoing discussions of America's most challenging issues.

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October Inspiration Notes

So I know I'm a little behind on my monthly Inspiration update, but I promise to be better in the future.  But until then, Here's my roundup of things I found really inspiring over the past few weeks.

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Inspiration: David Chang's Unified Theory of Deliciousness as Visual Theory

If you research beating creative block the first recommendation is almost always: step away from whatever you’re focusing on.  Take a break and look to the world around you or a totally separate field for inspiration.  Pouring over examples of your contemporaries killing it with awesome work isn’t the answer.  When you're stuck situations that breed comparison can do more harm than good.  Creative thinking is interdisciplinary, it is required everywhere, and can inspire anywhere.  That was one of the first things I was reminded of while reading chef and restaurateur David Chang’s article for Wired.

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