experiences and accountability.
i’ve been thinking a lot about the upcoming fall semester, what i’ll study, what art i’ll create, how i’ll document all of my thoughts, goals, purpose, intentions, beliefs, struggles, etc. within my research and art-making (which goes hand-in-hand in my experience). taking my camera everywhere has helped so much. as has rediscovering my love for research— meaning...
playing with a new lens.
Paige’s home, Agora, and homemade meals (pie by my roommate Emma).
They are inspiring, as they share glances full of love and friendship, honesty and playfulness. I snapped these recently at Katy and David’s post-spring semester party, a much needed gathering for our group of friends.
Katy's garden: flowers.
Oh how I love this little home in Winterville, Ga. Katy’s flowers are fantastically gorgeous. No matter the heat, standing in the garden with Katy is pure enjoyment, catching up on each other’s lives, the hard times, good times, wishes for the future, and what to eat for dinner… it was great fun. And her flowers-oh so colorful! Loved being able to capture them.
Care Package from MM.
My dear old (as in past tense, not her age) roommate Meagan is currently living a life that I cannot even begin to imagine. Luckily she takes amazing, AMAZING photographs so that I feel as if I have a slight understanding of her day to day. She is a sweetheart and a wonderful writer, now working for Honest Cooking (check out her first article) and teaching English to adorable Korean kiddos. Fall...
mm mm mm another hit by easter island.