After graduating with my degree in photography in spring of 2015, I found myself in a slump. I no longer had school to keep my photo work flowing; I felt a little lost. My photography practice still lacked any semblance of structure or consistency as 2016 approached, so I looked through of all the assignments and projects I’d pursued previously, and remembered particularly liking the rigid yet simplistic nature of the 366 Day Project I’d completed in 2012. In a snap decision, I decided to start my second 366 Day Project. Since its completion, I’ve dedicated myself to carrying on this tradition every leap year to document of how my photographic aesthetics and technical skills morph over time.