My thesis work is now on my website, if you can’t make it to the show at the Corcoran.
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Please drop by the opening at the Calumet Gallery, on February 27th, if you’ll be in the NYC area! The work I did over the Summer for Young Photographer’s Alliance Mentoring program will be exhibited, along side 69 other college photographers.
San Quentin Prison, in the shadow of Mt. Tamalpais
A good image is created by a state of grace. Grace expresses itself when it has been freed from conventions, free like a child in his early discovery of the reality. The game is then to organize the rectangle.
I have a way to photograph. You work with space, you have a camera, you have a frame, and then a fraction of a second. It’s very instinctive. What you do is a fraction of a second, it’s there and it’s not there. But in this fraction of a second comes your past, comes your future, comes your relation with people, comes your ideology, comes your hate, comes your love — all together in this fraction of a second, it materializes there.
(Expired cross processed slide film)
Summer strawberries and my best friend.
(Expired and cross-processed slide film)
Happy National Coming Out Day!
(photo taken by Jordana Hall at National Equality March, DC. 10.11.10)