In this episode Ted explores the question of what it means to really create work that matters. Let’s take a look…

You might remember we shared a post by Ted Forbes from The Art of Photography a few months back titled, Nobody cares about your photography. In that video Ted talked about creating work that matters, but what does that mean? How do you know this, this body of work you’ve created here, is work that matters? Who decides that? Does our work only matter if it’s recognised by a gallery and you have an exhibition coming up, or a book coming out or get 10 000 likes on social media? If you don’t become famous, does that mean your work doesn’t matter? Watch as Ted explores this question…

We would love to hear your take on this, what do you think?

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