Post Project Blues

There is always excitement about finishing a project. Especially if it’s a project that you have been working on, or thinking about, or conceptualizing for months. Over the Thanksgiving holiday, I was finally able to work on some of the ideas that had been bouncing around in my head that I’d been procrastinating about for a long time. I had a great time working on the project and I’m in the finishing stages of completing it. I’ll share those images as soon as I can.

The problem is that every time I complete a project like this, there is that moment when I’m like…holy shit, I’m out of ideas. That was it, that was the last one I’ll ever have. What the hell and I going to shoot tomorrow?

I’m in one of those periods of time now and I haven’t even finished the last project yet. Maybe it’s the rain. In any case, I need to sit tight, stop stressing about forcing ideas, make the time in my schedule to relax and let my mind find the ideas. Sounds so easy to type, but at the moment there is just this hole in my creativity. Sometime soon that hole will get filled with an idea. But until then, that hole seems so very large.

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