Tuesday, December 8, 2009


I enjoy photography tremendously. It's one of my many creative loves. I started shooting at around aged 9 when my mother began taking a class at her university. I continued throughout high school, but by the time I reached my adult years; I had to put it on the back burner--well, not really. I didn't have the proper camera, but I still shot hundreds and hundreds of pictures of everything from rocks to toes. I revisited photography again as I grew creatively. It's a part of me that I can't and won't separate from. I'm sharing some new images that I'm working on. These images deal with societal travesties. Enjoy, if you will.



 Groceries & Deli, Archival Print-Museo Silver Rag 


Empty, Archival Print-Museo Silver Rag



Sylvan Rd., Archival Print-Museo Silver Rag


















Humanity's Curse, Archival Print-Hahnemuhle 
Photo Rag


 


Urban Woes, Archival Print-Museo Silver Rag





















Lawton, Archival Print-Museo Silver Rag

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