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.
Then I suddenly remembered the Nintendo video game I played it a lot as a kid, Rampage. I wished could tear that tower down with some monsters like in that game.
Instead of focusing on the building, I decided to photograph the people visiting it and their quirky poses with the building.
I finally got to do one of my unofficial bucket list items this past Monday, ride on an airboat in the Everglades!
I went on nonpopular trails and tried to capture some wildlife. A ranger showed me on a map a couple of great places to go and off I went.
This is a 4K Time-lapse of me driving in Baja California Sur, Mexico. I’m driving from La Paz to Playa Balandra, a beautiful beach located about 30 minutes driving North of La Paz.
As my project gains more clarity I find it harder to find the moments and scenes that I feel fit well within my project.
This was my first time in Santa Fe, it was a much prettier and interesting city that I had imagined. The architecture and trees are what stood out immediately to me.
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.
I love San Deigo and claim it as my hometown. I was born there and I go back often to visit family. I just love being there.
I started thinking about how gentrification is almost like time and aging. It’s this large overpowering force that sneaks up on you and creates massive change that’s virtually impossible for these communities to resist in a meaningful way.