Made when the sun rays bounced off the chess pieces in the 2nd floor of Goddard Library Not gonna lie, the sunlight was absolutely perfect.
LEAVES ARE SO FANTASTIC Featuring Kenny, Will, Lisa, and Myself Made this morning All in chronological order
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.
Many thanks to Emma, Helena, Alyssa, and Elizabeth for letting me photograph your animals!!!
Cover Photo: Stephen DiRado Its been a crazy time since last post.
Cover image: Will in the Library So, as all of you know, I have been working on a 365 project since the beginning of July as a way of filling time over the summer, but also as a physical reminder of showing an interesting thing or person that I met that day. So, these areContinue reading “365 Project: Photographs 60 – 62”
With the end of sophomore year and the summer of turning 20, I will be in Washington state pursuing a sustainable farming internship. I leave on the 15th of May and return the end of June, and for the first time in my life, I will be away from home on my birthday as wellContinue reading “The Unknown”
Guys I thought today was going to be a regular thursday. Class, lunch, photoshoot, sleep. As all regular days go. I always get to spanish 15 minutes before 9 and sit in a chair across from Prof. Tobin’s room on the third floor of Estabrook. Today, I was writing notes on film photography (probably willContinue reading “8:45 Estabrook. Floor 3”
So yesterday I ate my first bowl of noodles with chopsticks. And it was interesting. But also shoutout to my best friend Camille for adventuring with me the entire day and chilling in the Isabella Stewart Gardener talking about study abroad and just life in general ❤ Have loads of fun in France ima missContinue reading “Chopsticks”
So there are not going to be any photographs on this post. This is an all writing post into my retrospection with photography as a focus. I think asking my parents for a camera on my 18th birthday (the summer before I headed to Clark) was probably the best decision I have ever made. IContinue reading “Reflection”