Alumnus Olaf Willoughby – Collaborative Creativity

March 31, 2014 | Comments Off on Alumnus Olaf Willoughby – Collaborative Creativity |

Why don’t photographers collaborate more often?

Collaboration is how we get through the day. Most of us have some kind of interactive support; from partners, teachers, friends and family. It is also commonplace in science and the arts. From Marie & Pierre Curie through Rogers and Hammerstein to Picasso & Braque inventing Cubism. Andy Goldsworthy even enlists the land as his partner.

Read more

Play

April 24, 2009 | Leave a Comment |

Each summer my we go to Italy to visit my wife’s family. My son and I share point and shoot camera’s and make whimsical interpretations of our experiences there. I’ve learn a lot when I take time to play. I become more versatile and improvisational. I take interest in and see things I never would have seen otherwise. I see things in new ways. The reasons I make different kinds of images and the expectations I have for them become clearer. Play’s valuable. Really valuable. And fun! Take time to play.

Check out my Creativity workshops here.


Subscribe

Get the RSS Feed  

Subscribe by Email