Category Archives: Blog

Creating Moonrise

I declared 2018 my year of NO travel, and that will be true…after June. So far I’ve spent a month away inView full post »

CREATION vs. CREATING

I am a selfish artist. I have no problem admitting that, as well as the ways in which I am selfish. I create forView full post »

The Culture of Light

I’m in a small room in India – West Bengal. Outside the horns are blowing like crows, attacking. People areView full post »

A Time for Creating

What is the longest time you have ever spent thinking about a project? I spent the past 10 months thinking about myView full post »

How My Business Has Never Been Better

I started my career and worked completely alone for 4.5 years. It came to my attention that I was about to fall apartView full post »

Pursue It Well

This was a year of extreme breakthrough for me on many levels. Professionally, I learned what I don’t want to doView full post »

Recounting

My 3 favorite images from this year. It is so important as artists to take stock in our work, particularly to look backView full post »

Let Your Art Move You

The end of the year. A time for celebration, holiday, reflection. The end of the year naturally gives way to the startView full post »

Sharpening Your Creative Knife

Let me talk about something that is taboo: success. I have been successful in my career. Mind you, I was also sayingView full post »

Medium Format

In the midst of an insanely busy fall season, my darling friend Amy Parrish came to visit. She brought with her hugsView full post »

Promoting Passion Convention 2017

All images by Kim Winey. How do you write about an experience so complex and impactful that the mention of it bringsView full post »

You’re Invited

Revelation sharing time. I had a thought today that transcended any anxieties I have been having about my work, what IView full post »

The Beginning

At the end of 2015 I conceived of a new photo series and I spent all of 2016 creating what ended up being 9 images inView full post »

31/31 July Challenge

It felt weird writing 31/31, and timely, too. As I reflected on this past month, there were so many sentiments IView full post »

30/31 July Challenge

This morning I was dragging a little bit, hesitant to get out of bed with my 4:30 alarm. I did, as evidenced by myView full post »