"Let’s make something big." -Fish McGill (@fishmcgill)
My concentration and focus was completely wrecked and I wasn’t feeling up to make anything at all. Luckily I had my friend and classmate Fish in the studio that helped me snap out of it. We took one of my images from Coolidge Corner and projected it on a big piece of white paper in my studio space. Fish grabbed some ink and brushes and we worked together to trace the photo. It was great to see something totally different, my photo reinterpreted as a drawing, messy and sketchy and with more depth than the photo. "Let’s make something big." -Fish McGill (@fishmcgill)
My concentration and focus was completely wrecked and I wasn’t feeling up to make anything at all. Luckily I had my friend and classmate Fish in the studio that helped me snap out of it. We took one of my images from Coolidge Corner and projected it on a big piece of white paper in my studio space. Fish grabbed some ink and brushes and we worked together to trace the photo. It was great to see something totally different, my photo reinterpreted as a drawing, messy and sketchy and with more depth than the photo.

"Let’s make something big." -Fish McGill (@fishmcgill)

My concentration and focus was completely wrecked and I wasn’t feeling up to make anything at all. Luckily I had my friend and classmate Fish in the studio that helped me snap out of it. We took one of my images from Coolidge Corner and projected it on a big piece of white paper in my studio space. Fish grabbed some ink and brushes and we worked together to trace the photo. It was great to see something totally different, my photo reinterpreted as a drawing, messy and sketchy and with more depth than the photo.

Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. 

Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here. 

More at the link below:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. 

Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here. 

More at the link below:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. 

Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here. 

More at the link below:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. 

Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here. 

More at the link below:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. 

Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here. 

More at the link below:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. 

Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here. 

More at the link below:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. 

Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here. 

More at the link below:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. 

Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here. 

More at the link below:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. 

Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here. 

More at the link below:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn
Documents of Experience: the Boston Marathon & A Photographer’s Obligation

They said not to look at any images on my camera. Just put that card away somewhere and don’t open it. Telling those things to a photographer (who also has a photographic memory) is like saying stop breathing. It doesn’t matter if I don’t look at the images, I will have every photograph I took that day and even more burned in to my memory. As a photographer, you remember every single image you capture with a camera and seeing it again brings back the memory of that moment even stronger. The other collection of images in my memory, I can’t show you, but the photographs here are as close I can get you to it. They represent every emotion from my joy and excitement seeing the fans and top women runners at Coolidge Corner, to my peace and relief at the sight of a BBQ on the porch at Great Scott when I finally arrived home in Allstonrockcity. Everyone has images they took that day that are special to them, unique to their experience, and these are my documents of experience. So I’m opening them up and letting them go here.

More at the link below:

https://flic.kr/s/aHsjXn7bwn

When you’re not even looking, when you least expect, someone will turn the corner or walk right into
you. And you have a choice, to push them away or let them in. I’m taking the latter this time and I’m excited for what adventure is ahead. It’s time.

i hear this song in my head every time it snows….see you tomorrow new york. 

Hamilton, The Walkmen | Terminal 5 New York City.

This photo (along with 2 others!) will be featured in a group photography show, Americana Vigor at Hannah Bacol Busch Gallery in Texas this March. So excited to be sharing my work with a new place and with such talented photographers.

Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13
I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither. Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13
I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither. Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13
I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither. Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13
I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither. Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13
I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither. Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13
I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither. Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13
I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither. Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13
I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither. Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13
I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither.

Winter visit to Asbury Park, NJ. 12.26.13

I like to think I’ve lived in two places these past couple years, yet belonged to neither.