New Work:  The Summer Project
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New Work:  The Summer Project
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Recent Work:  The Sunday Morning Series

A simple exploration of the objects, light, and space using morning light found in my kitchen. Sunday Morning is meant to hint at the sacredness I began to see in the stillness of certain moments, fleshiness of skin, and sense of time shown through surface.

Images were shot in a random way hoping to capture what I was enjoying. After viewing what I found by chance I then reshot, reworked, and repeated over and over. A refined moment is arrived at after a while.

I wanted to evoke a sense of daydreaming or contemplation that one often feels around the morning coffee pot after a nights sleep. Through post processing spaces are flattened adding grain and texture to get away from the realness photography. Increasing saturation activates areas of color making everything painterly further distorting a sense the real. The result is a Norman Rockwell-esqe quality of dreamy domestic scenes and still life.

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Recent Work:  The Sunday Morning Series

A simple exploration of the objects, light, and space using morning light found in my kitchen. Sunday Morning is meant to hint at the sacredness I began to see in the stillness of certain moments, fleshiness of skin, and sense of time shown through surface.

Images were shot in a random way hoping to capture what I was enjoying. After viewing what I found by chance I then reshot, reworked, and repeated over and over. A refined moment is arrived at after a while.

I wanted to evoke a sense of daydreaming or contemplation that one often feels around the morning coffee pot after a nights sleep. Through post processing spaces are flattened adding grain and texture to get away from the realness photography. Increasing saturation activates areas of color making everything painterly further distorting a sense the real. The result is a Norman Rockwell-esqe quality of dreamy domestic scenes and still life.

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Recent Work:  The Backyard Chicken Series

This series explores a sense of nostalgia and loss with four chickens, my friend Eric, a chainsaw-made stool, a VR headset, and an old Smith Corona typewriter. Patsy is a surviving Barred Rock hen after three others named Loretta, Tammy, and June. Early one morning, Eric writes while seated on a stool made by my cousins boyfriend and wears a VR headset. He types a poem while Patsy paces the yard. She pecks the ground in her usual manner. The typewriter keys slap the page one by one. The sun begins warming Eric’s bare body.

This selection of images document that story. These photos have been heavily manipulated to feel painterly and saturated.

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Recent Work:  The Backyard Chicken Series
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