I quit wedding photography to pursue my true photography passion, to become an art photographer, focused on capturing the everyday.
Indio Management responded horribly at the Hue At Cityplace when they refused to help after a broken pipe caused a flood in our apt.
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.
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.
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!
For a couple of months Andrea and I noticed random cars parking next to our cars and sometimes in our parking spaces. The cars were always still running with people sitting in them.
The UX Design Conference and Empathy Immersion Workshop at UT Dallas by Brian Sullivan and Cassini Nazir was excellent and very educational.
This Data Visualization is of my personal income growth for my first 20 years as a working adult, from 18 to 38 years old.
Andy Warhol appeared in a dream of mine and gave me a word wisdom about life and art when I asked him about the meaning of one of his pieces.
My dog ran away on Christmas day, we ended up going home heartbroken without him, but then a week later we received a message on Facebook…
Glitch art explores intentional and accidental visual disruptions in my relationship with computer technology and my life as a whole.
The true story of when I photographed 20 different shopping carts that were abandoned on the same dirt road in Old East Dallas over 3 years.
Random Art Gallery 4th annual exhibition featured several of my photos alongside other amazing artists such as Josh Dodson and Eric Mancini
“Finding The One” is a photo book that highlights the art and process of photography instead of focusing on the final result.
Lucas Foglia in-depth talk about his long-term photography projects and books “A Natural Order” and “Frontcountry.”
This is a story told in an auto-ethnography style about a large family who moved from Silicon Valley to the countryside in Texas during The Great California Exodus right at the beginning of the dot com explosion. It centers around the house they all lived in for 17 years that they all ended up abandoning.
I submitted this photographic essay to UT Dallas’ yearly student research journal called The Exley. After an extensive review process, my photos were selected to be in the Spring 2015 issue! The Published Essay: For 4 1/2 years in my early 20s, I lived in Mexico. My time there gave me a profound appreciation for […]
I made a video about how I used to walk everywhere I went from 21 to 28 years old. During those years I felt so connected to the cities and neighborhoods I lived in. Now that I have car and have moved to Dallas, I don’t feel the connection I used to have with other […]
Sam Abell presentation “The Photographic Life,” was a fantastic talk about his life and work that I learned so much from.