In January of 2016, I began a visual journal; I would take at least one photo each day as a way to capture my visual experience. Because I wanted the process to be immediate, all photographs were taken on an iPhone and have no color correction or post-production editing. What you see, is what you get. The result is both a study in formalism and a deeper understanding of purpose through imagery. The images will eventually be displayed in 1x1" squares along a single strip of photo paper, in one unending stream of consciousness.