The Whitney was weird. Modern art is weird. (But I like it.) These are pages from an astrology book hung all about the museum, I think I want to do something like that in my future house I left my mark in a big book in a big city in small messy letters.
This is the second part of my Washington, D.C. trip (the actual reason we went!): photographs from the Photoshop World conference. Here is the first blog post. The conference was absolutely wonderful. We were some of the only high school students there, making us an anomaly. I can’t even begin to describe all of the knowledge [...]
I have been grappling with the idea of “home” my entire life. Since I was a child, since I was uprooted fairly early from a giant gray house and moved into a tiny one and then a little gray house that has been my home since I was six. I have written pages and pages [...]
Hello friends! I have some news I wanted to share. I’ve held it back for a bit, but I think it’s finally pertinent to share. It’ll make my next revelation a bit easier to understand. Back in September, as I began senior year, my mom had startling news for me. The skin cancer she’d previously [...]
I don’t want to be sappy over this year’s conclusion. I’m far too sappy as it is, being an overly nostalgic senior in high school. So I’m just going to make a quick list of the things I did this year, in chronological order. Shot for a fashion company. I shot studio + publicity photographs [...]
I know most of my posts have been personal lately – I’ve been way too busy for shooting or blogging! I’m on winter break now, however, and I’ve got lots up my sleeves. :) Including a shoot from yesterday to share, at least two more on the way, and blog posts galore, teehee. This past [...]