In 2011 New Zealand designer Emma Rogan started the 100 Days Project, inviting others to join her and word of the project quickly spread. Since then thousands of people from all over the world have participated in the project, seeing the potential rewards in doing something creative every day for such a long stretch of time.
I did my first 100 Days Project in 2014, ‘Happy Place’, exploring yoga poses in ordinary and extraordinary places. The photos get uploaded daily to the official site. The feeling of accomplishment after completing the 100th day was enormous!
This year I decided to do it again but to up the game I chose to “creatively defy gravity”. Here is ‘Imagination Levitation’ – 100 photos of dedication, exploration, joy, perseverance, laughter and bruises.
The project can be viewed on the Wonder Design website.