Monthly Archives for May 2008
Maybe it’s the influence of journalism school, but I find I actually can be quite creative and productive under a deadline. The local gallery is having a members’ show in June, and I have the opportunity to include a maximum of five works. At the time I learned of the show, I had only completed [...]
I’ve been thinking about homes and houses, inspired by some of the crafty creations I see in publications such as Somerset Studio and Cloth, Paper, Scissors, but also inspired by life: inheriting my mother’s house, working on homes for Habitat for Humanity, and probably just the general reflectiveness that can be expected when one turns [...]
Just finished photographing one of my major projects Wednesday night and, while the full series of photographs is not yet ready, I thought I’d update here with a sneak peek of a dozen detail images of the piece. Comments welcome, either here on the blog or on Flickr!
I made the above door hangers inspired by my friends’ pregnancies and the birth of their firstborn: a baby boy to one of my closest friends this January (the top design), and a baby girl the previous January, born to two awesome people I met in college. Two interpretations of a similar theme, made a [...]