As an artist, retrospection is essential. We need to not only assess the quality and significance of our work, but it’s relevance to who we are now. It is how we move forward. It is with that in mind that I present my 2018 end-of-year selections. These are not necessarily what I would consider my best images, as that means little to nothing. Nor are these meant to impress others or to boast, as I doubt either would be successful. Instead, these are the dozen images with which I feel a deep connection and, if taken as a group, act as a sort of selfie . . . minus the idiotic fish lips or plunging cleavage.
You may notice that most of these images are somewhat recent. Given my big move to the big city and how it has changed me, I guess that makes sense.