Flipping Through the Pages

Flipping Through the Pages

This concept has been on my mind for a while now. It all started when I shot Burn After Reading, an idea of throwing out everything that I once felt comfortable with and embracing the unknown. If you follow my previous work, I do not shoot many portraits, let alone self-portrait photography. So this was all new to me. I held up each page for this shoot and stitched them all together into one so it was a little more time consuming then a lot of my other work but I couldn’t be more happier with how it turned out and the process as a whole. For one of the first times, I was in charge of almost every aspect and it allowed me to get creative in a whole different aspect. It allowed me to think about photography as individual parts making up the whole scene.

Although I love landscape and architecture photography, I look forward to exploring portrait photography and even surreal photography more; to flipping through the pages of everything I’ve learned about photography and life and to seeing what’s next.

“Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act on their dreams with open eyes, to make them possible.” T.E Lawrence


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A Dandelion.

Inside of a Dandelion

There are moments when I just need some time in a beautiful place to clear my head. Nature coincides with photograph in which they both has always been a sort of escape. A chance to just step away from everything around me. Take a walk and get lost. Photography allows me to explore these moments in which I cherish so much. A dandelion. I walk by these everyday, pluck them from the ground and blow their white umbrellas just to see it take off in the wind. This time was different. vb  I got down to it’s level, peeked through it’s tiny world with my camera and just stared. A dandelion. Everyday I see them but what If I had never seen this place?

“The human spirit needs places where nature has not been re-arranged by the hand of man.”