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Graduation

Graduation

Monday, April 30, 2012

I officially graduated on April 27th, 2012 from Utah Valley University with my Bachelors of Fine Arts with an emphasis in photography. Wow, that’s a mouthful. I am very thrilled to have completed one of my lifelong goals, one which has been on my mind as either a burden or a pleasure for the last twelve or so years. I really enjoyed my time at UVU, which is why I decided to [...]

Keith Carter

Keith Carter

Monday, November 14, 2011

For months now, I’ve been anticipating the lecture of a favorite artist, Keith Carter.  UVU has an artist lecture series they do every semester, and they invite many local artists and occasionally invite a big name.  This semester it was Keith. Keith Carter is a fine art photographer out of Beaumont, Texas.  He is truly a gentleman with some good old Texas spirit, and I learned a great deal from him.  I [...]

Why?

Why?

Friday, October 28, 2011

The hardest question for me to answer as an artist has been “Why?”  The list of these questions seems to be never ending for me.  Attempting to answer them for projects has been the most frustrating part of my process, until I thought a little more about it.  I was told by one of my professors, that “Why?” can hardly be answered, but you can tell when the artist at least attempted… [...]

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I'm still here!

I’m still here!

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Well, I haven’t abandoned you!  It has been a while since I’ve posted any photos or experiences — I’m sorry.  This semester I’m working on two photo projects, and one of them is my BFA project (my senior capstone project).  I am doing this with Now I Can, the group I’ve been working with this year.  Over the summer I had photographs of these amazing children hanging in both the Covey Center [...]

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Social Abuse

Social Abuse

Thursday, June 16, 2011

I was given a photography assignment this semester titled “Abuse.”  The possibilities were endless and could either depict some form of abuse, or a solution to abuse, or whatever you could think of.  I approached this as another one of my social commentaries, specifically regarding the public education system.  Social abuse is defined as the coercion of an individual in a public setting.  So this piece was actually stenciled out, all hand [...]

Farewell Grandma Rose

Farewell Grandma Rose

Thursday, November 25, 2010

On October 3, 2010 my Great Grandma Rose had her 98th birthday party.  It was a grand celebration of our amazing Matriarch with the majority of her extensive posterity in attendance.  The party would be the last time I got to see my Great Grandma as she would pass away a week later surrounded by children and close family. Today is Thanksgiving, and I am thankful to have spent my short lifetime [...]

What Makes You Laugh?

What Makes You Laugh?

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

What makes you laugh? I’m not talking about the little chuckle in your cubicle, but an explosion of laughter!  I’m talking about where your stomach starts to hurt, or you find yourself shedding tears and your eyes fog up.  Perhaps you laugh so hard you end up on the floor, or wheezing and coughing.  That’s what I’m wondering… what makes you laugh so hard that you experience these symptoms? Tell me… if [...]

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Copyright

Copyright

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

As I got more and more into photography, I’d be on forums learning, reading books, looking at other amazing photographers.  They had their little watermarks on their images saying that their work is copyright.  I thought that was so cool!  I did it too.  After all, I didn’t want anyone in the world to steal my images!  How dare they profit off of something I created! A few weeks ago we had [...]

Nick Brandt

Nick Brandt

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Okay, Nick Brandt has been one of my favorite photographers since I came across one if his books at a book store a few years back.  I couldn’t believe these pictures, they were incredible, and they spoke to me.  Whenever I went to book stores I would look through his amazing photographs again and again.  Being a current full time photography student, I haven’t yet had the funds to build up a [...]

My Artist Statement

My Artist Statement

Friday, September 3, 2010

I am an artist.  I am a photographer.  Photography is my creative lifestyle and the medium which allows me to study more than life.  My art provides a channel for me to discover and visually sound my voice, and to exponentially build creativity.  Photography stretches me.  I am attracted to the capturing of the real moment, which in its non-manipulated form has integrity.  I relate to photography and usually feel involved, affected, [...]

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