An ongoing image series of places I’ve lived or visited with type.
I recently started a job at an ad agency in Los Angeles called 72andSunny. I drove across the US from Virginia to California for it. I decided to document the trip.
I think weddings that have photo booths are awesome. Here’s a few with the fam. (Instagram filter applied afterward, admittedly.)
Richmond has been home for me for almost 2-years now. It’s a pretty swell place. I think I’m going to miss it. Made this in honor of it. Get a high-res version here.
There are many things I am thankful for in life. But what I’m most thankful for is my family.
I haven’t rented from a whole lot of places in my life, but Virginia Lee Properties has to be the worst. So here is an open letter for all to see how wonderful this company is. Below that are the emails that led up to it as well. I will provide any updates as they occur. Background: Our
Here’s a collection of photographs I took with my analog Rolleiflex 3.5f. It’s a pretty legendary german camera that I got a steal on last winter when I found it in an antique store in my hometown. Thinking I would buy it then sell it online for its true value, I just can’t bring myself to do it. It takes amazingly sharp photographs. I had a lab process the film (since I don’t have a darkroom) and then I scanned the negatives and corrected/stylized the color digitally in Adobe Lightroom.
Some of the photographs are of my parents and my nieces in Corning, NY. Others were taken in Richmond, VA.
Here’s a short video showing a product concept that I did with the hip and cool Olivia Abtahi. Essentially, it will sync your lights to your music playlist and give you your own light show. Perfect for dance parties. Check it out!
We had a project a few weeks back where we had to create a new beverage and our team came up with some neat stuff. Here is the design of our bottle. I used Cinema 4D to mock them up. The tops have a removable piece of foil with a short URL that you can type into your mobile device. You can then stick the cap to the spot where you took the photo, thus leaving your Landmark for other to see. People passing by can then type in the short URL and see the fun types of photos people ‘left’ for others to see. Additionally, all the photos will be aggregated in to an interactive website for anyone to browse. Cool right?
Made this over the semester break. I forgot to post it here. So, here it is.
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