One of the things I miss the most about grad school is the view from behind the darkroom door, as projects come into focus and maturity. We don't often get to see the trial-and-error approach, or the happy serendipity of successful "accidents." A portfolio isn't always so much about being methodical from the very beginning as it is about taking risks and seeing what happens.
Take a look at Theron Humphrey's project-in-progress, "This Wild Idea," based on the starkly simple yet ingenious premise of meeting thirty different people and cataloguing their life while on a cross-country photographic journey. Happy travels, Theron, and I'm excited to see what all you end up with.
This Wild Idea: 30 Stories. 30 Days. Traversing America.