Monthly Archive: November, 2010

Pet Peeve

My Photo Illustration class has asked that I illustrate my pet peeve. Since I have a few (and who doesn’t), I had to narrow it down. The sound of nail clippers in the… Continue reading

Country Comfort

I was grateful to spend Friday and Saturday in Sanger, CA with a bunch of my extended family. It’s pretty much in the middle of nowhere in Fresno County and filled with the… Continue reading

Throwing my Hat in the Ring

Oh how wonderful it would be to see my work published! I’d love someone out there in the world to open up a book and see something I photographed with my name close… Continue reading

Photographic Fusion

What’s working lately you ask? That would be multi-image photo assignment for my Advanced Black & White Photography class. Yep, people still use film, but it’s mostly us artsy fartsy types that are… Continue reading

A Shot in the Dark

In one of my classes, we were each assigned a common phrase that we were asked to illustrate photographically. Luckily for me, I liked mine. (Many others were not so lucky.) This probably… Continue reading

Book Art

Sometimes I really love my classes at school. They push me to try new things and stretch my limits. I haven’t done very much with bookbinding in the past, just some very basic… Continue reading

Working Title and Raw Pages

For my “School Daze” Van Dyke Handmade book, I needed a visually interesting title. I don’t know where it came from, but I remembered I had some old school papers from when I… Continue reading

School Daze

As my days of schooling are coming to a close, I’m finding myself a little nostalgic. I’ve got another book project to work on for class so I did some shooting today that… Continue reading