These images illustrate one’s obsession with technology and the convenience of the cellular device. While this concept derives from a personal conflict, the issue at hand has become something of an epidemic within today’s society. Having instant access to digital communication has removed our focus from our immediate surroundings, in turn disconnecting our involvement in face-to-face interactions.
Check it out! Students from the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies were highlighted on Curating the Unseen’s blog, giving a brief background on their experience in the program. My work and words were selected as well.
I am going to be showing some of my Motel series at The Standard in St. Augustine on April 5th along with dozens of talented artists. There will be great music and food too. Please join us!
My friend Danielle and I created an installation art piece for one of our UCF course requirements during the Fall 2012 semester. This piece consists of 48 8.5x11 sheets of photo transparency and is hung in the atrium of the photography building on the Daytona State campus.
This is possibly one of my favorite pieces I have completed in my lifetime. It has brought great inspiration to my heart and mind. I believe this to be simply the beginning of something fabulous. I am constantly amazed by the women I meet and their lack of concern for what is expected of them as “women”. Stay tuned…
This is the beginning of my 26th year. I feel alone, not lonely. I’m not quite sure what I am feeling, or what the year ahead holds for me. There is a giant shift taking place in my life. I want to spit out more than just fragments, but for now I am struggling to find clarity within myself.