State of the Grey

Hello again! Two and a half months after launching this website, I’d like to check in and give a status report. A State of the Grey address, if you will. 

While we’re not quite three months old yet, the form is finally starting to take shape. Like most of my work, the creation of this website has been reductive, taking the unshaped mass in my brain and carving and sculpting it down to the essential parts. Design by subtraction. You may have noticed some new page designs, some new colors, and just better function. To this end, there is still much work to do. I’m still working hard at stripping everything bare to the most essential and economical elements, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

On the other end of the spectrum, I’ve added a bit more photography to the Digital Monochromatic section. I’ve also added a new section today, called Chromatic (Click here!). This is my color photography, across many different formats. 

I’ve also added a new short story this week, called Corvus. It’s the shortest story yet. Let me know if that format is more consumable. 

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Finally, a word for the future. As I said in the last blog post, I have vision for what this page could become. I’d like to update the Metachromatic page more often with new blog posts, non-fiction writing (essays and articles), and reviews. I also intend to start posting a new short story twice a week. This will begin this week, and settle into a new posting schedule the following week.

Sound good? Good. As always, if you have any questions, or just want to talk, reach out to me here. Thanks for reading, and let’s write history.

“Never confuse movement with action.”
— Ernest Hemingway