Choose one creative exercise, and then repeat it every day for 100 days.
Record each daily effort and see what evolves in the work and in the self over time.

The project gives anyone a framework and the permission to be creative. It challenges you to dig deep into your creative reserves, to rely on your readiness to work in order to achieve creative breakthrough. It can be an end to procrastination, and the development of resilience. It takes a lot of energy, and yet the rewards can resonate for a long time after the 100th Day is over.

For my 100 Days Project I chose to photograph everyday objects that were round in shape — in black and white, and 1:1 format (square).

I liked the idea of following one theme for 100 days and watching it develop, because the plan at the start of a project isn't always where you end up and that's what makes it interesting. Repeating anything for 100 days has its challenges, but the achievement in getting to the end and being able to look back makes it all worth while.


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