"Martin, where did all your previous posts go?"



I understand that a lot of my readers didn't register that they can actually click on the categories themselves to get all previous posts from the specific category. Therefore, I would like to demonstrate to you how this works.

...You see those red rings? That is the place you want to click if you want to see all the posts from that category.

... While here on the other hand, if you hover over the images, you will get the heading and date of the latest post inside of that category. Clicking here will only bring you the latest post in this specific category.

Okay, I get it now

We could make art

Creativity is a huge part of my life. And now, I would like to expand. I want to work with you. I've opened my horizons a little since the last session. It's not only photography these days. Videography, graphic design, art in general. Exploring new talents, hearing others perspective of art, creating artful pieces, wheather it's shortfilms, photoshoots, musicvideos, graphic design, a documentary, you name it.

It's all a part of the enormous picture that no one quite understands 100% what is exactly. I'm 18 years old, and I live of it. That's how amazing art can be. Because people can never get enough of it. So right now, I just want to surround myself with likewise kind of people.

Improvement

As a founder and former of my own company, I know a thing or two about creativity. For example that it can't be going for to long without humans. But then again, you need the right humans. Be in the same high. Share interests. And love what you are doing. If you have those checked, your are ready to become a beautiful mess. Most important of all, feel improvement on the inside, and break all possible rules when it's about something creative.

Now please feel free to contact me if you have something on your mind. It doesn't even have to be a big thing. Imagine if invincible spidereggs turns out to something that can fear a human-being so much as it usually does when it has grown enough. Imagine what your "stupid little idea" can become.

sor@martinfjeldphotography.com