I went super abstract/conceptual with Dru’s chosen word this week. When he chose “Fear,” I wasn’t sure what I was going to do, as I don’t usually photograph people–so how was I going to portray a human emotion? But, as anyone who has even glanced at this blog knows, I can’t get enough of taking motion […]
Another shot from my trip upstate in this week’s installment of the Alphabet Project. The first “E” word was “Empty,” which was absolutely perfect, as I had the chance to shoot the abandoned Wyndclyffe Manor: The other word this week was “Electronic.” I came up with this: And here are Dru’s images, both of which […]
Saw this ambitious little guy working away in my friend Ian’s yard upstate.
I’m especially excited about this week’s photos. Dru chose the word “Dilapidated,” which was PERFECT timing, as my weekend consisted largely of travelling around Upstate New York photographing old cemeteries and abandoned buildings! It was incredibly hard to choose just one photo, but I ended up going with one of my favorite images from the […]
Over the 4th of July weekend, my dear friend and fellow artist Ian Hemingway was kind enough to drive me all over the countryside to show me his beautiful neck of the woods in Upstate New York. (We also ventured into quite a bit of Western Massachusetts.) I had the time of my life and […]
It’s Week 3 of my Alphabet Project with Dru Axelsen, which brings us to the letter C. This week’s words are “Circles” and “Cold”. Here are my photos: And Dru’s: Next week’s words: “Dilapidated” and “Duration”