Until recently, my career was deep inside the marketing machine, Interactive Director, Art Director, etc. Getting to "create" but not fulfilled sitting behind a computer every single day. I wormed my way into as much video work as possible, realized it's where I want to be and finally made the change to go on my own. I feel alive when I am behind a camera in a way that no other profession can match. Seeing and capturing something that may never have seen in the same way before is a wonderful feeling. Being alone in a natural setting with a camera is almost a spiritual experience and collaborating with similarly inspired people on larger projects provides a high that can't be duplicated.
MN, United States
Work that challenges the way we perceive time is inspiring, it breaks our brains and makes us appreciate things we have never seen before.
Plants, animals, our world, if really examined, they are all the source of enormous inspiration. So complex and yet simple at the same time.
Watching people do, or share the thing they are great at and passionate about inspires in perhaps the most personal, connected way.