Hello internet, I am currently rebuilding piximagery. Time has passed since I last had a project. I'm getting the hang of it. I miss the feeling of having my own little spot online. I have always been a creator. I want to create as well as consume. I want people to see my side of the world.
I am an artist, cartoonist, drummer, astronomer, netizen and photographer. I don't claim to be the best in any of those fields, don't get me wrong I'm pretty good at them. I just always see myself as wanting to do better. Pushing myself learning and experimenting.
School is nice and all. I just think the most powerful thing you can do is learning to learn. Finding and using your tools to learn. There is no such thing as a crappy professor. I pick and chose who I follow. I pick and chose when I want to learn. No grades, no numbers. Just learning.
Out of all my hobbies I am hardest on myself in photography. I constantly look at my work and think of what I could improve on. I spend hours and hours researching. From books, blogs, to YouTube, I have learned a lot on my own. I want to be better. I am not sure if I will ever be the best I can be. To me that's ok. I want to always learn and never get bored.
My primary subject in photography are landscapes. I have done a few photo shoots with people. It was fine. I want to improve on that skill. I want to be better and tell a story about someone.
My previous website ModernHipsters had awesome results. From tons of views to tons of downloads on The ModernHipsters Podcast. I had fun with it. I Inconstanly updated ModernHipsters with technology news. It didn't matter what time it was. To me News expires, you have to be quick or fall behind. I found myself having to drop what I was doing to update ModernHipsters. It became a challenge.
I still run the Twitter and Facebook account, everything else has been shut down... for now. At time I want to revive that project. With Piximagery I have to set it aside for a while.
So, here I go again. My little spot on the internet is open. See the world as I see it.