on liminality, loafers, and limitation

At first is was strange to think that a place as beautiful as Orvieto could become familiar, in a way. Yes, the cliffside views and the people watching will never get old, but they have begun to take on a new familiarity...

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assisi

Last year during my first trip to Assisi (the home of St. Francis) I didn't have my camera on me. It was a quiet day for the town and the light was absolutely perfect. I wandered through the streets experiencing a "painful awareness of beauty"...

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siena

Here are some images from last week's trip to Siena, a leisurely day complete with a solo picnic in the Piazza del Campo. The images below are a combination of architectural musings...

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weekly finds | blue

Contrary to popular belief, I love colors. I love the way they interact, the way they affect our moods, remind us of certain people or experiences...

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media ecology

For about three years I babysat a little munchkin who I consider my best friend. Seeing this sweet boy grow up over the course of three years was both an honor and a privilege...

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the art of movement | process

Early last year I took my first formal art class and began to learn some basic design principles. We were given an assignment to gather images about the relationship between geometric and organic elements..

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snow-day mini shoot

I was being a tad lazy on yesterday's snow day until I received a text from this lovely lady- an hour later we were out in the freezing cold making some new portraits...

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mfa boston

After a long winter break (during which my camera did not leave it's cozy bag) I decided to start off the Spring semester on a creative note with a trip to the MFA...

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