2015 was one of the busiest in recent memory. I temporarily relocated to NY in spring to start a crowdfunded art residency in Brooklyn, made progress with Transparency: The Gender Identity Project, decided to move back to New York in the summer, wrapped up my business and rented the loft in Vancouver, was accepted two weeks before the semester started at ICP – International Center of Photography, exhibited both nationally and internationally for the first time in Korea, met and connected with a whole new community of artists, taught at a prestigious arts university, traveled back and forth to Canada over the fall to be with my father-in-law during his last days of battling cancer, attended his funeral during the Christmas holidays and reunited with my family.
Thank you everyone for your support and friendship during this incredible, sad, crazy, tumultuous and enriching year. Nothing matters more than doing what you are meant to do and being surrounded by people you love. Is there anything else to say?
Wishing you a Happy New Year!