Besides influencing me on properly educating past specific works of others, he has taught me the importance of staying true to yourself to your voice and vision and pushing it further. The importance of experimenting and not being “locked in” to one specific style, or output which is so heavily taught. Finally, the largest piece he has left on me is to only really care about if it works for you, if you see it, if you feel it within, from the deep bones and heart. As if you do, and you consistently use that method of making work than the outcome will not only be satisfactory it will also possibly prove to be a success. As Graeme doesn’t make “images” or “works” for anyone but himself, at least that he is concerned with.
This will keep me going – for what I hope to be – forever.