January 22nd, 2022

A Quick Look Back at 2021

By Editing Luke on January 1, 2022.

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A Quick Look Back at 2021
Nothing was easy this year and that’s perhaps the reason I did my best to see the good in 2021.As I look back at the year that was all I honestly feel is gratitude. Gratitude for the people in my life, the steps forward I managed, and for the moments of calm where I was able to recognize that I was somehow figuring things out – or at least creating options. Not willing to stop travel shooting this year I traversed the Canadian prairies – from the edge of the Rockies in Alberta to the centre of Canada billboard in Manitoba – I covered thousands of kms and shot just as many pictures.I launched the Surreal Alberta series, released a record number of new photo essays, and sold prints around the world for the 2nd year in a row. I bought new-to-me vintage toys to film with, rebuilt a dream edit suite, and celebrated new collabs as my work appeared on postcards, walls in foreign cities, and in more places close to home than I can name. I was finally able to see friends I missed, built new relationships with travel partners in places like Montreal, Tokyo, Miami, and connected with familiar faces in a place called Medicine Hat that I hardly ever mention. I built a lightsaber, I ate inside “the castle” during travel shoots at Disney World’s 50th, and I got left behind at the airport in Toronto in a real life series of Home Alone 2 mixups.I welcomed the 50 millionth visitor to the Editing Luke website since it first launched, started walking 5km a day back in July, and in my ongoing Jaguar search I bought a Cadillac. 2021 has been a time – and not nearly as organized or worry free as a few curated paragraphs might suggest. But, through the noise, it has been really fun.Thank you for the incredible support and engagement this year. Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous new year ahead.

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