When it comes to making work, I’ve always prioritized the way something looks over what it means. I remember earlier that month I was taking a walk with my girlfriend and she suggested an idea for a photo. Part of me felt guilty taking it, but part of me was stoked that the hard part was already figured out. Ideas are difficult, but composition has always been second nature for me. Most things can be photographed in an interesting way – it’s just a matter of figuring out what to photograph. I thought I’d take a brain vacation and crowdsource ideas. I kept feeling like all the photography I liked on Instagram was authorless to an extent. I couldn’t tell you who made what, even if it looked cool. This project is playing with the idea of authoring but being authorless, mixed with the appeal of modern utilitarian tools like Kickstarter, Uber, Airbnb, etc. I received roughly one hundred messages from people, all ready and willing to give up their wildest thoughts.