Hi, I have decided to talk to you through a vlog for a change. It takes some getting use to since I typically shy away from a crowd. Well, I need to start somewhere.. Quick correction to what was mentioned in the vlog, I began a Resident Artist of The
To continue the thought from the previous Blog post, Don’t Give Up on Me Now, I will talk about the third Spot where I see potential for my Career to grow. I created a Profile on EyeEm. They have a Magazine and give Photographers a chance for their Work to
Sometimes, in order to move forward, you have to move a few steps backwards. Retrace your steps. Figure out how to get to where you want to be by taking a different path. I found myself doing this over the past few weeks. I had to face the facts. Swallow
Hi. My name is Eric. …Hi. I think there’s something wrong with me. lol! I can explain… On my job, I walk quite a bit. Over the past several months, I have bought quite a few pairs of sneakers hoping to find something more comfortable. My ‘biscuits’ have been sore.
We believe Author Eric Christopher Jackson’s “Redemption,” is an excellent choice for anyone, but especially men, revealing some of the more intimate and silent battles they may face and keep inside…read our full 5-star review! -Realistic Poetry International Hi, As I mentioned on InstaStories a few weeks ago, I submitted
Short Story by Eric Christopher Jackson Genre: Suspense/Horror Writer Notes: In the spirit of Halloween, I would like to share “The Few.” Although the bulk of my writing is Christian-themed, I enjoy writing Concepts on Stories at the opposite end of the spectrum. -ecj “Do you see anything?” Demetrius
I have been continuing to Edit the “Vilano Beach” Series, which was captured almost three months ago. It’s been challenging to Sort through because over 600 shots were taken. Normally, I take less than 150 shots per outing. Yet, the location was so beautiful and so many opportunities for good
Over the years, I have had to make decisions that would change the direction of my Life. I remember back in 2008, in my hometown of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, I sat at a popular fountain in the Downtown area thinking about whether I needed to transfer colleges. It required me to