I’m finding that the outside world just doesn’t interest me lately. The structures that enticed me a just a couple months ago don’t seem to have that much meaning anymore. Everything looks familiar — I’m not finding new angles or ways to photograph the same things over and over. Maybe I’m just tired. That’s probablyContinue reading “During Strange Times”
So. I have to admit the beginning of this week has been a rollercoaster. The coronavirus has hit, and is currently edging and blindfolding society. At least for me, college has been cancelled for the rest of the semester, putting a rude halt to senior year and the two extra months I was excited toContinue reading “Quarantine”
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”
Lately, I have taken to sketching marble sculptures on my ipad. It’s a conscious effort I am making to challenge myself creatively by translating these 3D sculptures into a 2D form. Its an exercise in shading the human body in a way that makes it seem 3 dimensional, and i’ve been having a blast withContinue reading “Figure Study”
January 21 – 30
January 14 – 20
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.
Cover Photo: Stephen DiRado Its been a crazy time since last post.