As my final project for my intro to color photography class, I asked my friends to dress up in their favorite color and paired the background of the photo to that color. By virtue of shooting inside my friend circle, each and every person here is a member of the LGBT community, so it felt natural to arrange the photos in a rainbow.
My final for my view camera class, shot on Ilford HP5 4x5 film.
We all see and experience religion in different ways. In these images I capture that in a way that allows for individual interpretation based on your own personal background and feelings towards christianity.
Shooting high-grain film is fun.
Assorted pictures from my black and white view camera class, not part of a larger series or project.
Photoshoot for my friend, Erika.
Family, friends, and great weather. The celebration of Tutu's 95th birthday.
My final project for my introduction to photography class: a series of photos focusing on the interaction between people and animals.
Photos taken in my introduction to photography Photo113 class that aren't part of a larger project. Black and white, 35mm.
Pictures I took in high school that aren't part of larger projects.
Paris and Taizé.