Let Go of Fear and Find Your Art Without Failure, We Dont Know Success
Article from Chase Jarvis Blog
In six short years, my friend Ian Ruhter lost some of the closest people in his life. This video is about finding the strength to move on from the past. As Ian explains to us I got to a point where I had to let go of the past in order to move forward into the future. I reached the point where I had to let go, was no other choice. . This story follows Ian, his assistants, and that same incredible wet plate mobile camera-truck we had here in my Seattle studio on chasejarvisLIVE. Check out the episode here.
“Death Do Us Part is the fear of letting go of our past in order to reach for the future. When we take this leap of faith we decide to let go of our fears. We begin free falling with nothing to hold on to. These are the rare instances that we are actually living in the moment. Your support is the driving force behind our project. We could not have done this without you. We have made it this far because you shared and supported us through our social networking sites. We were able to connect with the people in this film because of the internet. Every time you share or like this project it brings us one step closer to photographing your town, people you know, possibly even you. Become a part of our journey.” -Ian Ruhter
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