Baden says the project touches on the notions of obsession, incremental change and perfection. Karl Baden’s “Every Day” project officially turned 30 on Thursday and he says he has no intention of stopping. “I think it’s an interesting idea because it kind of deals with the whole morality issue with chronologizing his life in this way which is something we are all going to be dealing with,” Howard Yezerski, a Boston gallery owner said to the media. “He’ s a creative and passionate image maker and probably one of the most committed photographer practitioners in that sense,” appreciated Shane Lavalette, the director at Light Work in Syracuse, New York. During Baden’s tenth year of doing the project it was featured in the Robert Mann Gallery in New York City for their 10th year anniversary. Baden’s “Every Day” project has around 11,000 photos, including selfies during his battle with prostate cancer which is now on remission.