Polaroid photos documenting our time during the first shelter In place orders Dallas issued at the beginning of COVID-19.
The Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee is where we visited to honor Martin Luther King Jr. while maintaining social distancing.
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.
The Everglades trails are beautiful and full of life. I even ventured off the trails into the wildlife capture some amazing nature photos.
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.
These photos are from the 2018 SoupMobile Christmas Gala where SoupMobile, the Omni Dallas Hotel, the mayor of Dallas, and many others come together to give 500 homeless people a free hotel stay on Christmas Eve.
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