An anatomical model of a head, blood tubes, still sealed in plastic, found at a flea market, and then the rest came. Behind the scenes: water, food coloring, a blunt tipped syringe that I have for resin crafting, a miniature table, microscope and anatomical human, a still miniature but larger, anatomical head model, ten blood... Continue Reading →
Note - I'm pretty sure my Woodland images were actually made in 2012, but uploaded to this blog in 2014. I'm apparently bad at dating my own work 🤷♀️ A catalog of the year. In having to delete lots of old posts recently, I thought it'd be apt to have a record of the pieces... Continue Reading →
to finishing my senior project and the book that goes along with it. Just 2 more images and The Conception and Sensation of time will come to an end (although I'm sure I will come back to exploring my dreams with miniature tableaux photography at a later date).
The Woodland project is well on its way. I've been ready to shoot it for quite some time now, I've just been waiting for the day when free time and nice weather happen to coincide. According to the weather report, it seems like this Saturday morning, the 22nd will be my day. After it's shot... Continue Reading →
Today I attended my first Intaglio Photo Gravure class and I'm pretty excited. Our assignment is to make a portrait. "Stress, Portrait of a Killer" is a documentary I've been watching on YouTube. So, when thinking about the word 'portrait,' while sitting here watching "Dexter," my mind automatically went back to that documentary. So, here's... Continue Reading →