These 2″ high domed paperweights are made from original photographs, printed archivally then attached to the glass piece as well as a fabric-like velour paper on the bottom to protect your surfaces. The domed glass magnifies the images making them lovely when they catch the light, and creating a 3D effect.
I went to visit my favorite Boston Aunties this weekend! September in Boston was so breezy and cool compared to Baltimore, and I got to see a lot of the city.
Magnets are a fun way to display artwork around your home! If you’re like me, you might find that you buy artwork that you never get around to framing or that you’ve filled up all your wall space, but want to keep expanding on your art collection. Decorate your fridge, dishwasher, magnetic bulletin board, etc. with these!
A brand new calendar filled with cute photos of cats! Starting at December 2011 and going til January 2013, you’ll never run out of fuzzy friends on your wall!
Enjoying the atmosphere, fine food, Turkish beer, and my dad telling us our fortunes via coffee grinds.
It started pouring down rain about an hour before closing, but this was the most fun I’ve ever had at Renn Fest!
Rodrigo and I went to see “Crime and Punishment” at Centerstage this weekend, which was not only excellent, but also had a very sparse and very beautifully made set which I was really impressed with. Here are a few photos on one of my crappier cameras that I thought came out quite well.
A scavenger hunt, of sorts, that I posted on the Exchange website… all photography by yours truly!
A new project I’ve been working on for the past couple of weeks: wearable art! These rings have my original photographs, most of them from black and white silver gelatin prints. Stay tuned for necklaces, coming very soon!
This calendar contains images from my first two summer trips to Chile. Images are both color and black & white. The calendar begins December 2010 and ends January 2012 for a total of 14 months. Preview includes entire calendar.
Out in the inner harbor water taxi with slow shutter speed and lots of multi-colored lights and waves on the water.
After a lot of trial and error with different bindings, and determining a size that would utilize materials in such a way that I could make these as affordable as possible – both to make and to sell – I determined to stick with my original binding choice: concertina, also known as accordion binding.
A large (13.5″ x 19″) 2011 12-month calendar featuring images from a work titled “Leave No Trace“. The images are part of a theme about people interacting with nature in a variety of ways, both natural and unnatural, on both tiny and massive scales. The images are scanned from silver gelatin prints.
Playing around with off-camera slaved flashes. We got locked out in the middle of it… uh, ok so I locked us out in the middle of it when I went to get something, and Rodrigo had to walk to the landlord’s house to get the keys. But it was all in the name of photography!
Using lens reversal macro! It’s really cold in Halifax, so I always take a lot of frost photos.
The Camera Diagram Menu is an idea that has long been in the works as I wanted to create a way for all the pages on the entire site to successfully link together so people wouldnt get lost. I also had my eye on an image of a camera diagram that microsoft had in encarta. So I did some research on other camera diagrams, and drew many versions of the camera as the menu (the lens was the hardest part) […]
Playing around with the dynalite kit. The assignment was to use different lighting diagrams as given in class to produce a few portraits. This is referred to as ”Rembrandt Lighting”: a simple lighting setup that produces a triangle of light under the eye. I was pretty happy with how this came out, especially as a first try and for how long it’s been since I’ve done a lot of portraiture work.