Lazy Sunday Links #2

It's Sunday again! Isn't it amazing how fast time flies by sometimes?

This week I've got a TON of awesome links I want to share with you all and I think you're really going to enjoy scrolling through them with your favourite cup of coffee/tea! :)

Do you know what it takes to feel like a creative expert


If you’re a freelancer/entrepreneur, you must surely need some sort of planner to keep on track! Vicky writes about ‘Passion Planner’ which is an intricate paper planner created to mark your goals and to-do lists. Will you give it a try?

Empty walls call for some beautiful art works! In case you’re not quite sure how to decorate an empty wall, here is a guide for planning a gallery style art wall!

Kyle Thompson’s book would make a lovely gift for everyone who loves emotive conceptual photographic work, check it out!

A friend recently told me that Tomoyuki Shinohara’s work reminds her of my photos! Such a compliment, what do you think?

Oh, and surely, a bit of eye-candy: cozy knits make perfect autumn wear! Plus, I adore gray both in design and clothing!


First blog post

Hi everyone! :)

I’m so excited that I finally started my blog, something I’ve been meaning to do for the past year.

Getting through college (Academy of applied arts; I still need to major next year) taught me one thing: you learn more from your fellow colleagues and friends than from professors.
Furthermore, you learn more on your own; be that exploring the internet, watching tutorials and, of course, making your lazy self get off that chair and go practice into THE REAL WORLD (this sounds scary).

I’ll be covering a lot of topics in my comfy little space of the net here, which can be divided into these categories:
1. behind the scenes photos + videos (yay, videos!)
2. showcasing my latest projects
3. thoughts and opinions about various photography-related stuff
4. tutorials

… and I’m thinking about conducting interviews with photographers I admire, but let’s leave that for now as a Plan B, just an option I’ve been thinking about.
Blogging is rewarding in terms of self-growth, but also time-consuming.

So, to paraphrase Albus Dumbledore (#HarryPotterFan): ”I’ll continue writing this blog in the hope that you will find it entertaining and instructive.”