Treemeat.com was one of the early photo sharing blogs (photoblog) on the web. Started in 2005, every page was hand coded, every photo was scanned from film, and photos were posted daily. It was a labor of love, and became a popular fixture of the pre-social media web.
In honor of web3's potential to bring back that early web ownership, over our digital presence, our files, our identity, and our brands, it feels fitting to use Treemeat as my first foray into this new creator world.
All unique 1/1 editions, only the best of each year of the early days of Treemeat.com, with extremely low reserves to keep them accessible.
More background available at /post/treemeat
The first year of Treemeat.com was an experiment, both photographically and technologically. I was finding my way as a photographer, seeking out atypical landscapes and scenarios, finding places of emptiness and calm in large and crowded cities. At the same time, I was building skills as a web developer, developing content management systems for myself and other to display our photo work, and kicking off a trend of daily 'photoblogs'.