I haven’t posted much of anything for the last few months, I have been super busy with more important/interesting things to do than trawl through pages of meaningless dribble. More-so, im struggling to justify my existence on this consumption-ridden platform. 
Social platforms have a place for sure, but im learning more and more that they have a tendency to hinder any form of progressive creativity and destroy any dreams of sustained productivity.
While I sip my tea and debate whether or not micro-blogging is for me, here is an image that summarises my 2011.
Im starting to hate flying.
Nikon FG20 - Fuji Neopan 100

I haven’t posted much of anything for the last few months, I have been super busy with more important/interesting things to do than trawl through pages of meaningless dribble.¬†More-so, im struggling to justify my existence on this consumption-ridden platform.¬†

Social platforms have a place for sure, but im learning more and more that they have a tendency to hinder any form of progressive creativity and destroy any dreams of sustained productivity.

While I sip my tea and debate whether or not micro-blogging is for me, here is an image that summarises my 2011.

Im starting to hate flying.

Nikon FG20 - Fuji Neopan 100

untitled on Flickr.Queensland state library entrance.

untitled on Flickr.

Queensland state library entrance.

untitled on Flickr.It’s been over 3 months since I moved from newcastle, settling in to a new city is not easy and there are times when I think it would just be easy to jump on a plane and crash on mum and dad’s couch. I miss my friends, I miss familiar places, I miss having understanding where I was and who I was with. I think most of all though, I miss the safety and comfort of routine.
Ultimately though, I still think this was the right decision I was finding progression and creativity hard to come by in such familiar surroundings. Newcastle was becoming to safe and stale for me. 
Change, it seems may have been for the better. Time will tell,…

untitled on Flickr.

It’s been over 3 months since I moved from newcastle, settling in to a new city is not easy and there are times when I think it would just be easy to jump on a plane and crash on mum and dad’s couch. I miss my friends, I miss familiar places, I miss having understanding where I was and who I was with. I think most of all though, I miss the safety and comfort of routine.

Ultimately though, I still think this was the right decision I was finding progression and creativity hard to come by in such familiar surroundings. Newcastle was becoming to safe and stale for me.

Change, it seems may have been for the better. Time will tell,…