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On Photography – Book Review

On photography written by Susan Sontag is a very interesting and fresh take on photography. It seems that every sentence had it’s own meaning, giving you the reader a different thought about how society works, politics, history, and how all these things come together because of a camera lens. “To collect photographs is to collect […]

Late Review: Tacoma Art Museum Review

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013. Grace and I took our journey to the Tacoma Art Museum where they’re showcasing  “Beyond Books: The Independent Art of Eric Carle”. Eric Carle is known for writing children’s books such as ” Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?”, “Have You Seen My Cat?” and most famously “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”, […]

Subject #3 – Rio Do


My visit to a museum didn’t fall through, so if your going to one today or tomorrow and wouldn’t mind me tagging along, please let me know!!.

Subject #2 – Brandon Fortner

Subject #1 – Aaron Scafe

Weekly Update #1&2

Starting off my project of following someone around through there everyday lives, my first subject was my roommate Aaron Scafe. I started off the week following him around campus before he had set up a driving session with a friend so he could learn how to drive for the upcoming summer. It was a very scary and […]

Project Inspiration

Shizuka Yokomizo – From the series ‘Stranger’, 1998. My motivation for Stranger came from running around London in a car with a ridiculously huge telephoto lens, trying to glimpse unsuspecting people through the windows of their flats. I felt absurd and increasingly frustrated by the one-sidedness of the activity. Aside from the ethics of what I was doing, […]