A few months ago I came across this nugget of inspiration that has stuck with me and came around again at a time that I really needed it. The last week or two my mind has been occupied with job applications, interviews, and a crazy schedule (with the 5 jobs I already have) so my daily photo project momentum has been waning and my confidence dropping. This cycle of self-doubt can pretty quickly send the creative juices straight to the bottom of a dark pit to stay there until they begin to shrivel up and the camera and guitar and knitting needles start to gather dust only to be left there for 20 years before finally being sold a garage sale . . .
But luckily, Pete Eckert is one dude who's story can't help but inspire others, and I have him to thank for keeping my creativity out of that dreadful pit. He is a blind photographer, and a lover of cooking, tinkering, and constructing. Here's his take on photography, art, and the simple satisfaction of making things:
| Artists Wanted | In Focus : Pete Eckert from Artists Wanted on Vimeo.