MAKING > TAKING by Jack Mawdesley

The greatest difference that I find in retrospect of the time of analogue film to that of the present digital age is the lack of consideration and conceptualisation behind photographic work. The art of "Image making" in many ways has taken a backseat to a growing swell of "image taking" that occurs now...

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GET OVER IT. by Jack Mawdesley

One of the toughest hurdles that a developing creative is presented with is criticism. Having someone tell us that our work is "absolutely flawless" is the single best feeling ever, there's no doubt about that. However, we cannot develop from praise - it simply does not work like that...

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OFF SITE. ON POINT. by Jack Mawdesley

It can seem somewhat arduous, perhaps even unfeasible for us developing artists who are trying to break the surface when we might not be best located to do so. Doubled up and with the competition as fierce as it is today, all of a sudden we're stood at the foot of a mountain with what seems like an impossible climb ahead. 

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WHAT IS GREAT WORK? by Jack Mawdesley

Great work connects your values and your actions. It satisfies a craving to express your purpose, and to do so in ways that align intention with impact whilst emulating a high standard of consideration.

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O P E N by Jack Mawdesley

O P E N is a place where I aim to air creative subjects of all aspects. A place where individuals of any field can read, learn, relate, discuss and share.

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