I’ve been running this blog since 2006. I would write on a daily basis about my impressions on the photographic world, share inspiring work as well as mine and engage in conversations about the medium. This blog has helped me get in touch with photographers from all over the spectrum and it helped me grow both as an artist and a communicator.
Blogs were (and still are) a great tool to reflect your thoughts on the world, but the world has now gone mobile. The attention span has grown even shorter and new ways of communicating have emerged. I found myself trying out these tools and slowly investing less time on my « readership » and more on my « followers ».
I’m not abandoning the blog format but rather concentrating its content. Life is short and I don’t have enough time raising a family, growing a business and building a collective to run a full time blog anymore. I will use this blog more like a cross pollination process, writing here only to share it through other platforms.
So here is how I plan to use my mobile time from now on:
Instagram: to share daily life visual experiences.
Pinterest: to share my inspirations, moodboards, things of interest.
Facebook: to share my wit, my work and to meet and interact with people.
Twitter: to get in touch with people, share news and retweet cool stuff.
Behance: to expose star projects to the creative community.
Less is more, more or less… More platforms, each more concise, reaching more people with a specific interest. We’ll see where this leads us…