The last month has mostly been about sorting through and editing the Montréal photos. I think I’m just about done—I’ve got to do a final pass on a few, and I need to go through the entire collection once more to make sure I haven’t missed any gems, but I think that’s it. (Of course, I’ve still got a bunch of photos from the summer that I haven’t tackled yet, so… nowhere near done, really.)
It’s probably a good thing that I’m so close to the finish line on this particular project. I’ve already started to feel the end of the year creeping up on me, which means I’m thinking about new goals I want to set and new projects I want to tackle.
First off is the site redesign. I am working on it, and I’m determined to have it up and running by the new year. (1 January launch? Probably over-ambitious, given how busy I’m going to be the last two weeks of the year, but that might not be a bad thing.) I’m really excited about it, and can’t wait to share it with you.
Second, I’ve started planning two long-term photo projects I want to work on in 2016. I’ll be announcing the first one officially on 15 December, and I plan to share my progress (here and on Instagram) as I go. The second one is a little more personal; I’ll talk about it a bit (I’ll probably explain it sometime in mid-January—though I do plan to start on 1 January), and occasionally share photos from it, but not constantly.
Something to look forward to while I’m dealing with all the December insanity.