For me, photography is more than a hobby or a career. My camera travels with me always, helping to get at the essence of others at particular moments in time. But I was so busy at work so I cannot travel anymore. My camera was restless. I thought:
What if my camera could go on a journey alone and experience the world in its own unique way?
What if instead of holding my camera, I can let it go and explore a new way of interaction?
What if my camera is no longer a cold machine, but an extension of myself?
With these questions in mind, I started the design process.
Twinkle has been mailed to one of my friends on 03/12/2014.
Since then, I have received over 600 images from Twinkle.
The last image I received was on 06/16/2014.
At the end, I consider this project as a rite of passage
for my camera, as well as for myself.
It is about missing, searching, finding, and a new