Saturday, July 17, 2010

saturday tattoo in venice

spiders like origami too

'round town


a portrait of my cousins, taken somewhere in nuevo leon, mexico.  2003 or 2004

Butts only, ok?

Vielfalt aus dem Osten

greg and i are going to germany in the fall, so i'm trying to learn a few words before i go.  more images from maine and new hampshire.

portland painting

hiking up to mount champlain

Sunday, July 11, 2010


a portrait of my beautiful sister and niece on the 4th of July, 2003

and my lovely grandmother Katherine, sometime in 2004.
she was always so nice to sit for me for my treacherous studio assignments.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

La Sirena

It's show time! An exhibition with some work from Sirens will be opening next Saturday, July 17th at Green/Flash Gallery in Cardiff. Come check it out! 

July 17th-29
Opening Reception July 17th from 5-10 pm
111 Chesterfield Dr (across from Patagonia)
Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CA 92007

The group show features some kick-ass artists, all women, who create ocean-focused art. It'll be a great mix of art and a fun night.  Stop by and say hello if you can.  I'm so excited to be showing with my friends Meegan and Maggie! Artists include:

Daize Shayne

Hope to see you there!

Monday, July 5, 2010


I am pretty stoked with the way this Holga diptych turned out!  I shot this during our trip to Maine, at the peak of the Champlain Mountain trail we took in Acadia National park.  The image on the left is of a big puddle at the top of the trail, and the image of the right is me standing on top of a boulder (see my shoes bottom right for scale).  The hike was absolutely beautiful (despite the cold weather) and made us feel like we were the only two people in a very big and rugged world.

Today is a continuation of the Independence Day celebration for me since I'm off work (hopefully you are too) and to keep the spirit going, I wanted to send you over to Lenscratch to see a great collection of July 4th images that Aline Smithson curated for her blog.  There is some great work posted - I love the image Dave Jordano made in Rockford. Aline, thank you for including my photo!

Thursday, July 1, 2010

a glimpse

"Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. what you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything." 
- Aaron Siskind

One of my favorite quotes.