Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.
where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.
where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.
________________
You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.
how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.
did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.
I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]
http://loganzillmer-photography.tumblr.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/
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Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.
where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.
where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.
________________
You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.
how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.
did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.
I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]
http://loganzillmer-photography.tumblr.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/
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Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.
where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.
where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.
________________
You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.
how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.
did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.
I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]
http://loganzillmer-photography.tumblr.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/
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Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.
where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.
where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.
________________
You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.
how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.
did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.
I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]
http://loganzillmer-photography.tumblr.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/
ZoomInfo
Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.
where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.
where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.
________________
You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.
how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.
did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.
I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]
http://loganzillmer-photography.tumblr.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/
ZoomInfo
Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.
where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.
where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.
________________
You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.
how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.
did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.
I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]
http://loganzillmer-photography.tumblr.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/
ZoomInfo
Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.
where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.
where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.
________________
You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.
how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.
did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.
I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]
http://loganzillmer-photography.tumblr.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/
ZoomInfo
Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.
where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.
where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.
________________
You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.
how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.
did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.
I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]
http://loganzillmer-photography.tumblr.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/
ZoomInfo
Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.
where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.
where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.
________________
You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.
how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.
did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.
I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]
http://loganzillmer-photography.tumblr.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/
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Logan Zillmer, 27 y.o.

where are you from? I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan.

where are you right now? Right now I am at work, haha.

where do you want to be? In an abandoned house somewhere taking a picture, in a forest taking a picture, on the road somewhere with my wife, or at home watching a movie.

________________

You shoot a lot of these at your lunch break, is that correct? Yes, some of my photos are taken on my lunch break at work. I work full-time, retail, and so on the days that I close I have to take a photo whenever I can. I don’t really like to take photos on my lunch break, because I always feel rushed, but it has worked out OK so far.

how did you first come up with the idea? I had seen some 365 projects on Flickr in the past but never really thought much about it. Then on New Year’s this year, in a moment of inebriated ambition perhaps, I decided to make an actual New Year’s resolution for the first time (yeah, super cliche), and stick to it.

did you expect to go this far, and are you still excited about the project? To be totally honest, I didn’t think I would get this far without missing a day. I knew going onto it that it would be difficult to do with my schedule; as well as working full time, I also own a small video production company and do music videos for local artists, but I have had to put that on hold to concentrate on this project. I also haven’t yet gotten myself convinced of the idea that it would be better to miss a day than to post a photo I don’t like. I’m not going to like a lot of them in this project, I realize, but it’s all part of it I guess. I can throw them out later. The goal at the beginning was to progress as much as I could in one year, and failing is part of that progression.

I am definitely still excited about the project. It has been the most inspiring year of my life so far; it has been insanely difficult at times, and has given me a lot of anxiety at times, especially when I think about the fact that I have to do another photo tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day… But, every time I go out to shoot, I get a tremendous feeling of freedom; the whole world drops away and for that period of time I am able to do and be and think whatever I want. I am able to concentrate on that moment better than any other time in my life, and that is really exciting for me.

[Part II of Logan’s interview and photo feature coming tomorrow]


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http://www.flickr.com/photos/loganzillmer/

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