Yesterday, I was having a conversation with a photographer who came to print downstairs in the photolab about her work. She was printing 3 different portraits on a silk screen: one where the subject was out of focus, one where the subject was in focus, and the last one where both the subject and theContinue reading “Epiphany”
January 21 – 30
Moments from the place that is Goddard Library.
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”
So. For those of you who have been keeping up with my fall semester photography project, titled: “A Conversation”, you all know that I have photographed quite a few humans. Before this project, I had never shot a portrait. So, to practice, I made a plan: to meet people at Clark who would be comfortableContinue reading “Fall Semester”
Honestly, I can confidently say Quinn Mitchell (@quinnmitchell1 on insta) makes for one of the best friends ive had in a super long time. She is an incredible human being who has one of the best ranges of facial expressions that I have ever caught on camera. I wanted to show who I think QuinnContinue reading “09.28.2017: Sunshine”
More portrait photography, this time featuring Bao Kim (@baozergram on insta), a sophomore and good friend of mine. Ive been working on a self organized project titled Oscuro, where I do mini photoshoots of people combined with natural shadows that occur during Golden Hour (equates to roughly 2pm to 5pm, when the suns rays areContinue reading “09.25.2017: The Fence”
Guys rain doesent bother me. I saw some cats and a small child with a lightsaber running down the stairs in Goddard. I’m happy.
My photographical experimentation today centered around the fact that I didnt know the surrouding areas to Clark University. So I did some exploring, and here are my results: Ive also been making a concentrated effort to make my photographs more moody and emotive when looked upon. Still trying to figure out my style as well,Continue reading “09-18-2017 – Urban Exploring”
For life began in the ocean
I met some chickens today!
Man, I didn’t know Chinatown was so close. Favorite photographs.