Photographer Polly Brown tackles the ideas of wasting time before a deadline
We have all been guilty of it— binge watching television shows, taking unnecessary naps or just browsing aimlessly across the web, when what we should actually be doing is working or taking care of something important. Procrastination, boredom and then alarm as time slips away is a vicious cycle, and now photographer Polly Brown has captured the essence of it in a photo essay. First published in AnOther, Brown’s pictures are actually her means of procrastination themselves and a collection of her least productive moments. Now only if we could all articulate our time wasted into pieces of art, wouldn’t we be lucky? Have a look.