Saturday, February 19, 2011


Hey everyone please follow my new and more serious blog. I'd very much appreciate it!



Tuesday, June 16, 2009

New York New York

Sorry for my overly cliched titling of this post but when it comes to titles i don't tend to spend much time thinking about names.

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My apologies the following image is cropped. (Though it still looks pretty cool)

The Open Window

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

New Website!

I've finally set up an official flash based website which is where most of my new "Showable" work will be presented as newer, better photographs replace the old obsolete Images.

Please visit and let me know what you think.
Thank you!

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Art Studio Class

First image: "What's New With Myspace?"
Second Image: Girl Pastelling

The first image is my friend who doesn't actually take Art Studio as a class but always liked to hang out in the art room with us when we had it. Whenever he got bored he'd always say "What's new with myspace?" and he'd hop on the computer.
Disclaimer: Myspace is evil!

The second image is of my friend working on her pastel work for the class. If I remember correctly she's working on either her landscape drawing which turned out quite well or her self portrait which is shaping out to be even better than her landscape. I'm excited to see how it turns out.

The Hip Hangout

Music club... nuff said.
My friend stole my hat... or I put it on him, both are possible. Music club senior year was pretty slow moving
. I entertained myself by being obnoxious and taking pictures instead of taking part in whatever "deep discussion" was taking place here...pfft

Sunday, April 26, 2009


This is a medium format shot I took with an extremely old Voigtlander Brilliant. The camera dates back to circa the early 1932
To be honest I'm surprised anything came out at all.
I also used a very very old type of developer and no scheduling whatsoever for the film processing.
All was done in my basement and kitchen.
The skeletons were projects for my senior year Anatomy and Physiology class. Three groups created human skeletons mostly out of model magic. Me and my two parters decided to take on the challenge of piecing together an old sheep skeleton.
Not so easy...
hahaha I had a lot of fun with it anyway and with how degraded the film appears they look relatively realistic.

Saturday, April 25, 2009


This is an infrared image taken with my Canon EOS 20D with a HOYA 72R Infrared Filter.
I'm planning on including this image in my concentration section for my AP Photography submission.