It is always so easy to scan the internet or Instagram for creative work inspiration and think "if only I had all of that studio equipment, then I could do work that is equally amazing". Or maybe you think "well, I can't be creative like those all those super established designers because I don't have a studio space and I don't have any props available for me to use or the money to invest in them". I fall victim to making excuses as to why I can't make or do things all the time, because it's really easy to do so in a social media driven world that makes everyone's work seem far superior to anything you are capable of. However, if we can challenge ourselves to take a peek outside of the box once we will find that there are resources around every corner for us to use in order to produce work that we are proud of. We just have to open our eyes and find quirky solutions to the issue of having absolutely nothing except for the urge to create. Being a college student who has been living on a humble budget the last few years, I have had to experiment endlessly looking for ways to make awesome stuff happen, without having to get too fancy. So, I sit here wanting to share with you creative inspirations that are realistic and made 100% possible right in your own home. My Bedroom Studio is a series of creative photos and concepts put together on the floor of my very own bedroom below a natural lit window. I hope this series can inspire you to be resourceful and stretch your imagination during the times in your life where fancy gadgets and studio space isn't always available to you. I guess you could say this project is a visual letter of encouragement to anyone else who is just starting out as a creative.
MY BEDROOM STUDIO: A METALLIC STORY
My Bedroom Studio: A Metallic Story : This concept story encapsulates the essence of autumn and it's renewing, refreshing and qualities of warmth. The fall is a season where I feel I can think clearly and find the most inspiration. Therefore, the warm metallic and copper themed story is invited into a world of everyday objects and products we encounter in our day to day.