The leaves below her feet part for her. There's a galaxy in the Octopus's eye, a symbol of what's to come, what will open up.
How I Compose a Photo
Here's a complete walk-through of how I composed this single photo, which may give you some insight into my process overall.
Leaves – Behind the Scenes
In case you missed it in my Oct. 17 - 23 weekly recap, here's a little behind the scenes on one of my Halloween Challenge images. For this image, I had planned to use these glittery ornately cut leaves I had seen at the dollar store and hadn't purchased, so i kept putting off this... Continue Reading →
November 2020 I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Based on previous symptoms, and the large number of lesions on my brain, it became evident that I'd had it for some time and was misdiagnosed previously. 7+ MRI scans later and an immense amount of stress in choosing treatment, medical bills piling up, and following up... Continue Reading →
Making a resin house that lights up!
My quarantine brain hasn't been the most creative, but I did finally make this cool house out of epoxy resin the other day! It's filled with flowers I hung and pressed to dry, alcohol ink and glitter! Watch the whole process in the video below. Epoxy resin, alcohol ink and flowart from The... Continue Reading →
Focusing on Toes
I've been thinking about images I’ve created in series in the past. Some I plan and then shoot all at once, or in sequence over the course of a day, week, month, etc. Others develop more slowly. I have an idea I return to, or a figure that turns into a muse. And with that... Continue Reading →
2012, A Look Back
While certainly not the only images of note that I created in 2012, I began this blog in July of that year and am going to go with the assumption that the images I chose to share here were some of my best. I have delved deeper in my collegiate and prior photo history, and... Continue Reading →
2017, A Look Back
Over the years my creative process has changed. As of late, I've been focusing on longer form photo series, as well as life outside of my artistic practice. And as I consider where I want my art to go from here, I'm reminded of pieces I've created in the past. Lately I've been enamored by... Continue Reading →