I forgot 2012 is literally tomorrow. I think that’s because of how often I work on projects. I usually have something and I’ve come to realize that people recognize me as that one that’s always creating.
It’s true. I like to make stuff for fun. Even if I’m not doing anything, I have a camera on me recording/snapping pictures of anything. Lately, I’ve come to the conclusion that anyone great at their craft, only becomes it because they do it all the time. Rapping in grocery stores. Dancing in the parking lot. Recording family eating sushi. Etc. Because of that, I have enough faith to not have anything plan for when I graduate. Who really does?
That combined with the fact I’m a studio art major makes people assume I’m taking a risk, but I don’t think so. I like what I’m doing too much to not follow through with where ever my heart takes me.
I usually don’t write this kind of stuff down, but I told myself to jot down my current mindset because it always changes. It’s nice to see how I grow mentally or if I stick to it throughout my life.
A year ago, I was all into trying to succeed and compete, but I’m over that. I don’t want to be a part of that pool of people. I just like to make stuff and have fun doing it. No more 100m freestyle for me, I’m organizing a pool party. =]
A year ago my videos looked like this.
Now I make stuff like this. Thank you to my brother for buying me my Canon T2i. I use it all the time.
Somewhere along the way, I just wanted to make people feel happy and show the good in society. At the same time, ground it all in something real. It’s kind of a child-like blind-faith that people tend to lose.