Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Isn't it peculiar how much creation is born from sadness? Or is it that sadness resonates more in us, makes a deeper print, so that is what we remember the most. At least it is what is most often left unprocessed in us.

As a person who regularly uses emotions in creating images (with the goal of vice versa) it is something both painful and necessary. It's something that I am looking for, something that resonates. If it resonates within me then it is a hint that it will also resonate within others.

Currently drinking whiskey and listening to Death Cab for Cutie.

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