My work is currently up at Fresh Flours on Phinney Ridge (Seattle, WA). Showing with me again is Studio Cornix with new works in her Cell Portrait series. Here’s a phone pic peak: Left and Center Walls: Some of my abstract work Right Wall: Photos from my travels grouped by destination. Clockwise starting from upper-left: Studio […]Read More Showing at Fresh Flours!
I just got back from a nine day trip to Mexico City. It was my first time there and I was excited to visit the museums, palaces, churches, and see art by notable Mexican Artists like Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Below are tiny segments I’ve played with in terms of color and gradation from murals by […]Read More Souvenirs of Siqueiros
At the end of last year, when I decided to embark on the journey of doing photography as a full-time hobby with the hopes of making some money, I knew I’d need to find a way to promote my work and myself. And I’ll be the first to say that I’ve been dipping my toe into […]Read More Hiring a Creative Monster
Recently, I watched a few live classes on composite and portrait photography. I went into the composite photography with the intention to learn about layering, and digital methods used. The portrait class I watched because it was about working quickly in a challenging setting (which can happen to anyone in any photography situation). There were plenty […]Read More What do you do with them?
Again, I’m really enjoying playing with lights and shapes. With this, I am very much enamored with the striking light, triangles, movement, and coarse texture. I would love to print this larger, maybe poster-sized, but on something like watercolor paper or rice paper. I attempted feeding hand-cut watercolor paper through my inkjet printer at home, but the paper is too fine […]Read More Waterfall at Dusk
It’s been fun daring to be me by putting my photography out there. After selling work at an arts and crafts bazaar last November, I wanted to pursue a dream I’ve had for a while, which was to show my work at a coffee shop. It doesn’t sound like a big dream, but it has been for me […]Read More How’d it go?
I’m getting ready to hang some of my work at a local coffee shop for the month of February. Everything was going swimmingly. I had business cards designed, I’m working on my Artist’s Bio, and picked out two sets of photos I think would work well in the space. The first set of photos are a […]Read More 3 of 4: “Be water, my friend.”
I didn’t get much time to walk around on my own with my camera over the holidays. I did double duty between my camera and iPhone.Read More Time well spent
I’ll be one of several artists selling at Seven Star Women’s Kung Fu Holiday Martial Arts & Crafts Bazaar. Below is a selection of the work I’ll be selling. If you’re in the Seattle Area, come support local artists and our school!Read More My first Arts & Crafts event
As I work toward creating a name for myself in artistic photography, I’ve been thinking about photographers that have inspired me, “wowed” me to be better, or whose work resonated with my own. One of them is Gordon Lewis, who takes beauties like this photo. Another is Cubie King, who captures magical moments like this. As I prepare and […]Read More Developing identity