Shot in 2013 in New York City, 35mm fujipro 400 color negative film. These double exposures capture the energy of Chinatown, shot on my daily walk to Borough of Manhattan Community College. [pt_view id=”6988986464″]
These photographs were shot in 2012 on Fujichrome slide film. They were shot with a medium format yashicamat. The film was digitally altered to remove the color from the backgrounds in some cases. The reflective surfaces of the polished aluminum Andy Warhol memorial created an incredible abstract surface for color. [pt_view id=”6988986464″]
These photographs were shot in and around New York City in 2013-2014. The photograph titled “Wrapped Trees” placed in a group photography show at FotoFoto gallery in 2013. It won first place. [pt_view id=”6988986464″]
A collection of figurative oil paintings from the early 2000’s. [pt_view id=”6988986464″]
2016, pencil, ink, charcoal and watercolor on illustration board. Colored in Adobe Illustrator. [pt_view id=”6988986464″]
2013, Ink and watercolor with digital composition. Finished book: 8.5 inches by 8.5 inches, black and white. [pt_view id=”6988986464″]
Wella woke up one morning, and she said, “Whoa, what a beautiful day it is! I want to go skateboarding. I better go wake up my dog, Mask!” And then she ran inside, and got out of her purple pajamas and changed into her skateboarding clothes. Wella and her dog Mask are skateboarding past a […]
My guest appearance on Smart History, with the founders, Dr. Steven Zucker, and Dr. Beth Harris.