Amanda and Tim Wedding (October 2019): Many congratulations to Amanda and Tim on their wedding! Also, a huge thanks for taking a chance on me and letting you be my first wedding shoot. I had a great time! (Double thanks to my friend, Bird, for being my photography assistant. I couldn’t have done it without you!)
Jo and Kyle Anniversary (October 2019): Jo asked me if I’d help them surprise their partner, Kyle, for their one year anniversary at a apple orchard by doing a photo shoot. Of course I said yes! It was so much fun doing this for them. Click to see more 🙂
Digital Photography (Winter 2019): Throughout the course of this class, we were instructed to do 3 different projects using a DSLR camera along with learning how to use Lightroom and Photoshop. The projects included documenting places of routine, utilizing a typology, and photographing people. I have grown so much as a photographer and I can only hope it continues! 🙂 Here are a few of the photos I presented for the class.
Psychology Study Abroad Trip 2018: I got the wonderful opportunity to travel to Vienna, Austria, Würzburg, Germany, Leipzig, Germany, and London, England for a psychology study abroad experience. I extended my trip to go to Inverness and Edinburgh, Scotland.
A Backyard Memorial to Those Who Couldn’t Swim 2018: I’ve been cheated on, felt not good enough, hurt, and ghosted by people I thought cared, and so to process these emotions after living and reliving them for the past 4 years, I decided to create this memorial with one of my best friends and fellow photographers, Lily Haddox. Her and I collected mementos, created the memorial, then watched as it burned to signify a new beginning. Through poetry, creative process, digital, and film photography (coming later), here are the beautiful results. Rest in peace, I won’t miss you.
Fall 2017 Film Photography: All photos (unless stated otherwise) were taken using a Canon AE1-Program with 35mm B&W film. Throughout the semester, I did 4 printed film projects including, pinholes and photograms, self-portraits, political issue, along with starting my continuous project, Lend A Hand: Part 1. For my final project, there was a project which surrounded itself around time and movement and scanning in negatives to create a collage. This is my final time project.
August 2017: Natalie and Eileen’s senior photos at the Franklin Park Conservatory and Griggs Reservoir in Columbus, Ohio.
Macro/Landscape Photography August 2017: Decided to do some more macro and landscape photography with at a gorgeous park near the Scioto River in Dublin, Ohio to take me back to the beginning of my photo journey.
Kelley’s Island 2017: Kelley’s Island has the most beautiful old quarry so Rylie, Sophie, Natalie, and I went out to take photos during our weekend there together.
Photo Archives: A huge part of becoming a better artist is recognizing where you’ve come from and seeing what you’ve done to get better and what you’ve experimented with that hasn’t necessarily worked. I’ve put together an archives folder of my photography that has images from as early as 2014. These images are not my best work because since then I’ve grown and changed as an artist. However, they do reflect where I’ve come from.