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Noah Kalina: "Everyday" Photos
One guy who still keeps careful records is Noah Kalina. Kalina's face became awfully familiar when he started his "Everyday" project back in the year 2000. He took a photo of himself daily for six years, leading to ample attention and even a parody of his endeavor on "The Simpsons."
The daily photos haven't stopped, but a lot of other things have started. Kalina now works as a professional photographer, snapping shots for such publications as "New York" magazine, "Forbes Life," and "Blender." "I do a mix of work — portraits for some magazines, interiors for others," he says. As for the Everyday exhibit, it's currently traveling around the world — and continuing to grow. The project is now up to eight-and-a-half years' worth of morning mugshots.
A decade of Internet superstars: where are they now?