In some ways it feels logical to use the new year as a bit of an opportunity to re-evaluate and re-set things that might need some tweaking in life. In other ways it feels kind of arbitrary to use the first of January to do that. There are 364 other days a year that we can make changes for the better.

With this New Year’s being the start of the 20’s, a new decade people are asking what goals I have for the next decade. To be fair, I’m finding the thought of planning and goal setting for that far in advance a bit daunting but at least it is getting the gears turning in my brain.

In February it will be 10 years since I met some great friends of mine who coincidentally are coming from interstate to visit me tomorrow for a few days. One of those two guys is the guy that held me accountable and made me commit to a deadline to open my first gallery exhibition. That exhibition was called Shrouded and was an amazing thing to do.

Given this is the time to be challenging myself and setting goals I’m using 2020 as my time to shoot images and work towards my next gallery show. I want to open it on the tenth anniversary of my first one which means on 1st of February 2021 I will be opening a gallery show. First task, work out a theme/concept for the damn thing.

Below is the video trailer I did for my second exhibition called “Freedom”. Fingers crossed my filming and editing skills have improved.