Willie: Provo, UT

Sometimes I honestly believe that the craziest things happen to me. Two years ago St. Louis did a project called “dArt St. Louis”  where artists from all over the city came and threw darts at a map and whichever city block you landed on you had to make a piece of art based off of […]

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  I just really love people who sit out on their stoop.  I’m not sure how technical (or even real for that matter) of a term “stoop” is, but I’m going to go ahead and say that I love stoops and even go as far as to say that if I had one, I would […]

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Lack of energy

  Sorry all for the lack of energy I have been putting out in the blog world recently.  Things have gotten crazy between school, preparing for Russia, restarting up my Population 800 project with a new zeal, and having photo madness lately.  But I promise things will be getting better and tons of new work […]

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Fish Market, Harlem

  Girl outside Lenox Fish Market in Spanish Harlem, New York City.

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Early Morning Boardwalk: Galveston, Texas

  Some places it looks like this in December, other places it still looks like Antarctica at the end of March.

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Pin-up School

I love the energy of back to school.  More so I love the energy of school getting out.  Just a few more weeks and I will be free for a summer full of travel and adventures abroad.  So, if you’ve been meaning to get with me to do some photography, you have a little over […]

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Prints for Sale.

Recently I had to do a presentation in which I had to make this large posted board from my Sarajevo project.  Now this board sits in my room and I just can’t deal with it as I pack up because I decided two days ago that I’m moving.  And really, it’s just quite large.  So […]

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Harlem Playground

  I spend too small of an amount in Harlem last week.  I know New York City is supposed to be just so photogenic, but I didn’t really feel impressed to take out my camera so often as I did in Harlem.  That’s a good thing.  That means I can move there.

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  Just a really old and beautiful piano. Galveston, Texas.

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Grandmother Armbruster

  While driving from D.C. to New York City, I was able to stop by Allentown, Pennsylvania to see my grandmother.  She lived most of her life in Philadelphia and now lives about an hour out of the city in a retirement community.  She sits on her bed surrounded by quits she has sewn and […]

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