Serif & Silver Issue I: Polaroids
Serif & Silver was intended to be different for me than any other project I had worked on. I want this quarterly publication to be candid and open about far more than my work. So often I feel as though we are caught up in the idea of how we should be carrying ourselves as photographers, and even more so as artists. The art we create isn’t the product, we are.
Recently I met with a photographer who has accomplished more with his images than I ever will. He’s the Vice President of Imaging at a large company, it is one you have heard of and probably own products from. The question I wanted to know more than any other was about his life goals; he interrupted me before I could finish my question,
“I always wanted to sell out, I just never could”