Bit of Background So. I adopted a new betta fish yesterday, 6 days after my first fish, Mr. Pickles and his companion snail, Sir Cornelius passed away one day apart. It was a tragic death that happened a week after Clark closed down due to the coronavirus. As far as I am concerned, the stressContinue reading “A bit of a long reflection post.”
I don’t even know how to write this post without breaking down. My undergraduate run has ended with Clark being like — alright see ya suckers time to leave with no prior warning. I don’t even know who to say goodbye to, how to say goodbye to them, and I’m in a mental place ofContinue reading “A long vacation”
I’ve been noticing a change in myself over the past 2 years when it comes to photographing people. Earlier today, I had a freshman look over my shoulder at the portraits that I shot of some of my friends during a critique that had finished about an hour ago. She asked “So i really likeContinue reading “A Change”
So I can say that I have been struck with a lightning bolt of inspiration after yesterday’s critique from 6 – 9 and I discovered 2 photographers, Ralph Gibson (whose aesthetic I’m trying to emulate) as well as Duane Michals whose narrative collage structure I am trying to copy. I made some photographs of myContinue reading “Inspired by Duane Michals”
January 21 – 30
January 14 – 20
LEAVES ARE SO FANTASTIC Featuring Kenny, Will, Lisa, and Myself Made this morning All in chronological order
Making efforts to explore still life arrangement for my photography class. These are photos I made today, with all of the objects being arranged on a stool.
Todays edition of a project im working on for my intermediate photography class. Made at Beaver Brook Dog Park, Worcester MA Featuring Ziggy, Toby, Atlas
Tuesday, October 9 Goddard Library featuring: Sean, Will, Sammy, Lisa, Ethan, Jacob, and Kenny
Moments from the place that is Goddard Library.