There’s a bit of an overlap here between 2014 and 2015. By this time I had become tired of archiving and organising my work, along with the need to document it in the first place.
I had the desire to record the work because I was very proud of what I’d done, but by the time I had finished a project I was too tired and my mind was elsewhere. The problem with having a portfolio is the need to keep it up to date while actually concentrating on the creative process. This creates a conflict.
I do not have a team of assistants to help out, so I must always consider my priorities.
Documenting my work comes pretty far down that list of priorities. Creating new work always comes first, the exploration of ideas.
Look out for future posts about my thoughts on portfolios and the creative process.