A brief history

In October 2009 I made a choice for freedom, despite the fact that I’m not sure yet what true freedom is. I left my rental home without finding a new one. I gave away many of my belongings, put stuff in storage, lent my piano to a friend. Since then I have met life without a plan. I have two teenage daughters and a dog. We have spent time on the road, stayed with friends, camped out. Sometimes it’s just me and the dog.

I want to live my truth. It sounds good but what does it mean? To me it means being myself as honestly as I can. To do, pursue and express what I love. In doing this maybe I will bring a little more love to the world.

I have been super-glued to a life born of fear for so long. I have worked as a photographer for 25 years, producing images to meet my clients’ needs. Though this has left me feeling a little stifled, and often less than inspired, I still love photography and digital art. Now I am choosing to create in a much simpler way, referring only to my own intuitive process, and intent on making work that I love.

Most of my personal work has remained unseen. It is several years since my last exhibition. My energy has previously been focused on ‘earning a living’ and therefore on paid work. I have come to realize that art isn’t complete until it is shared. Hence the blog.

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3 comments on “A brief history”

  1. That photo, of the old fence row…man, thats gorgeous! I love scenic photography that speaks to me. So nostalgic and serene. Im in awe! I would love for you to check out my site Social Muze. 🙂 We are all about art in all forms and your stuff would make such a wonderful addition! You can click on my “Creative Playground” tab on my blog to access it! 🙂 I sure hope u will at least take a peak! 🙂 I will be back!!! 🙂

  2. Hi Kirsty, not sure how to get in touch with you but found your blog, it is beautiful by the way! We have had a couple of exhibitions since the fires but my heart has not been in it. This year I am going to make an effort though….would you like to visit and talk about an exhibition? Or just visit and talk? Louise xo


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