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12.12 Project: A year in review

Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX100 Cool film.
April / Surrealism: ‘Untitled’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX100 Cool film.
Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project Color Protection film.
November / Reflection: ‘Reflecto’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project Color Protection film.
The Life And Death Of A Lego Character
February / Childhood: ‘The life and death of a lego character’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX70 Color Protection film.
The Secret Pass
October / Secret: ‘The Secret Pass’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX70 Color Protection film.
The Spaces Between
May / Silence: ‘The Spaces Between’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX70 Color Protection film.
Lisztomania
December / Hysteria: ‘Lisztomania’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Prohect PX70 Color Project film.
Let There Be Light
August / Light: ‘Let there be light’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX70 Cool film.
Mystique
September / Mystery: ‘Mystique’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX70 Cool film.
Every Flower Is A Soul Blossoming In Nature
January / Bloom: ‘Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX70 Color Protection film emulsion lift.
The Passing Seasons
June / Transition: ‘The Passing Seasons’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX70 Cool film transparencies.
The Stranger
July / Stranger: ‘The Stranger’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX70 Color Projection film.
Two Worlds
March / Connection: ‘Two Worlds’. Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX70 Color Projection/PX70 Cool film transparencies.

November / Reflection: 12.12 Project

Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project Color Protection film.
Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project Color Protection film.

I choose ‘Reflection’ not only because it’s quite an open theme, but because it could garner some interesting results. Whether it’s reflecting upon a moment, the choices in your life, or even as simple as the way an image reflects upon a surface…


From time to time it’s good to reflect upon the journey we’ve taken. For me it’s about reflecting upon my choices, even the small ones. It’s often challenging to analyse yourself, but gives us some certainty that we’re on the right path, and to get a glimpse into what the future could be.


The 12.12 Project was conceived by Tennessee based film photographer Penny Felts, during a period where she felt that her photography had become stagnate and predictable. She wanted to challenge and push her creativity in new ways. Already connected to a worldwide pool of instant film photographers, she invited 11 women to participate. The women she selected were photographers whose instant photographs she respected and admired, and The 12.12 Project was formed.

Every month each photographer chooses a theme, one that challenges each other, pushes each artist out of their comfort zone, and generates creative photographic responses to powerful thought starters. This website is dedicated to the unique results generated from each of the artists in the group.

April / Surrealism: 12.12 Project

The 12.12 Project was conceived by Tennessee based film photographer Penny Felts, during a period where she felt that her photography had become stagnate and predictable. She wanted to challenge and push her creativity in new ways. Already connected to a worldwide pool of instant film photographers, she invited 11 women to participate. The women she selected were photographers whose instant photographs she respected and admired, and The 12.12 Project was formed.

Every month each photographer chooses a theme, one that challenges each other, pushes each artist out of their comfort zone, and generates creative photographic responses to powerful thought starters. This website is dedicated to the unique results generated from each of the artists in the group.

This was my submission for the first month and the first theme: Surrealism.

Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX100 Cool film.
Polaroid SX70, Impossible Project PX100 Cool film.

You can follow the second round of The 12.12 Project via Facebook.