Man Manipulated Beauty.

A group of Columbus photographers, all connected in some way to CCAD, were invited to create imagery to be hung in the gallery at Franklin Park Conservatory. Honored to have been asked, I set out to make work that would happily live within this family friendly, botanical context. We meet next Sunday to discuss installation. …

Wildly Unpredictable.

Last July whilst explore the Black Hills near Mount Rushmore in South Dakota the strap of my Polaroid camera snapped and the whole thing went tumbling to the ground.  The plastic cracked, but as far as I could tell no serious damage was done.  Needless to say, I was so upset at myself that I put …

Attractive Yet Overstimulating.

This documentary will become a book, and as overwhelming of a task as that seems currently, I know it will be well worth it in the end.  With this in mind I had decided to scan in some of my dresses creating repetitive patterns for use inside of my covers and throughout the books pages to break up my imagery …

Grass Grew Tall – (Week 5 – Griggs)

In what was perhaps the most relaxing day of last semester I went exploring at Griggs Nature Preserve.  Late summer sun flooded through my open window waking me up early on a Wednesday.  Throwing on a sundress (it was still quite warm) and grabbing my camera, I decided on a morning of adventure.  Stumbling upon this hidden gem nestled along the Olentangy …

Shot A Little (Week 3 – Tests).

And on the third week we did tests, so many tests.  Tests for our light meters, our cameras, our film and our development.  I learned a lot but shot a little. ----- Week 3 - CCAD, Columbus, OH

Lilacs and Milk.

Once again I'm thinking about issues of fertility/wondering if I'll be able to have children.  I know that these are worries that can be saved for a later date, but they are always at the back of my mind.  I've been toying with the idea of soaking prints in milk and letting the liquid corrode the …