I have maintained this page for almost a year and, as anticipated, I have now reached the point of ambivalence. Of course, I started it for myself - a place to slow down, to collect some of my photos and to write a little - but inevitably it has led to feelings of frustration, and I'm not sure how to continue posting in a way that feels natural. On more than a handful of occasions I have temporarily changed the privacy settings (in a desperate attempt to stop myself from deleting it altogether) so to the few of you who do read this page, I apologise it you've ever been met with a blank screen.
I'm currently working on a portfolio page to coincide with a very small show I'm having at a local café next month, but I think (I hope) that there is still room for a more stream-of-consciousness space, given that I don't tweet or tumble (and my third incarnation on Instagram is fast on its way out). I'm drawn to images that are beautiful, but perhaps form part of a larger body of work that is more nuanced (for example, the work of Rinko Kawauchi really hits the sweet spot). This is something that I would really like to develop in my own images, so for now I suppose it is natural to feel a little dissatisfied.