An ongoing daily photo project by Jonathan Keller that he started when he was 22 years old, taking a snapshot of his face using the same expression as he wanted the images to be subtly objective. He thought of the project as "focusing on the differences that one can see in the self from day to day" but as the project grew, he began to look at the long-term changes that will become apparent in 20–30+ years.
The project began out of spite. I had just purchased a digital camera (Nikon CoolPix 900), and it was rather expensive. My girlfriend at the time asked me why I bought it and what I was going to do with it. I explained. She seemed unconvinced and asked if I was "going to use it every day" with sarcastic inflection. I told her yes, and resolved to do so. Inception!