a cure for thousands of photos sitting on dormant hard drives unseen, the everyday project is a photographic scrapbook.
any photo from my cameras I find interesting, plan to use, improve or start a series with sits side by side, unannotated inside a vast monthly bundle. it’s a useful scrapbook for me, perhaps muddled and less accessible for others.
it serves as an experiment, publicly displaying the minutiae of my progression through photography alongside the routes of my days. it’s a valuable document of my everyday.
for more digestible, ordered and curated routes into my photography, I’d recommend my tumblr (for now).