2020 best photos, these are my top 20 favorite photos. Despite the pandemic, there was no shortage of things and people to photograph.
The Snow piles scattered around Chicago really intrigued me, their organic shapes contrasted with the rigid structures of the city.
The empty streets of Chicago in these 30 photos during the very cold last two days of 2020 are stark contrasts between eerie and beautiful.
The White Christmas in Holland, Michigan was so beautiful this year. Check out these photos I made of that magical day.
The Indianapolis “World’s Largest Christmas Tree” is 284 feet tall. But, the Christmas tree is actually not a Christmas tree…
This is part 16 of a series that explores gentrification in Old East Dallas and how it has been transforming the small Dallas neighborhood.
The types of photos people remember most are the ones of our fellow humans. The lest memorable photos are ones that depict a landscape.
A Memorable photo is worth remembering, especially because it’s special or unusual. But what makes us remember one photo more than another?
Stargazing at Copper Breaks is amazing and so is photographing the Milky Way Galaxy there due to the low amounts of light pollution.
This is part 15 of a series that explores gentrification in Old East Dallas and how it has been transforming the small Dallas neighborhood.
The Black Lives Matter protest against police brutality in Dallas inspired thousands of people to unite to end racism and police brutality.
The George Floyd protest against police brutality in Dallas inspired thousands of people to unite against ending racism and police brutality.
These abstract photos of the Gateway Arch explore the unique texture and shape of the arch and its relationship with the sky.
Polaroid photos documenting our time during the first shelter In place orders Dallas issued at the beginning of COVID-19.
For this UX/Product Designer job search I tracked every job I applied for and made this data visualization of the process.
The Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee is a memorial to Martin Luther King Jr.’s sacrifice to make the United States a much better place.
With much sadness and pain, Andrea and I had to put our min pin Gambit to sleep today. I had never been so close to any animal.
I researched and analyzed a bunch of photos from the 1920’s and designed this preset based off of how those photos looked and felt.
This is the story of how my Leaning Tower of Dallas meme led me to the creator of one of my favorite childhood video games, Rampage!
The Leaning Tower of Dallas attracted crowds of people taking selfies with it, I photographed their hilarious quirky poses with the building.