Below are a few images of my digital print creations, monotypes with ink, block prints, and silk screen designs. In my mixed course at IUP, I experiemented with different print media techniques. I kept the same theme throughout the different mediums though. I was experimenting with portraying the feeling of lucid dreaming, sleep […]
Double-exposure portraits are all the rave on the internet and social media these days. About 3 years ago, when the trend started to catch on, I decided to create my own video tutorial on how to get this effect in Adobe Photoshop. Eventually, I ended up teaching it to my Student Photography Association at IUP […]
Here is a few select images of 3D projects I have created. Most of them were created in an Intro to 3D Design course at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Materials include – recycled detergent bottles, tissue and reed, paper and lights, diorama with peeps, metal, and chocolate and wax molds. If you’d like to learn […]
For some time I was experimenting with the idea of fusing figure elements with natural elements. I saw so many similarities between the two that I believed their beauty was one in the same. While blending these two elements together, I thought it would be interesting to paint with a more angled approach to show how […]
Here are a few samples of my hand-dyed fabric. I practiced certain techniques here on different types of fabric.
This series consists of 2 silk paintings. It is a surreal piece where I try and represent the warmth of the morning and the cool darkness of the night, all with the use of water.
Practicing my oil painting skills by painting a still life with multiple light sources. A cool light source and a warm one.
In the summer of 2012, I was enrolled in a study abroad program where we collected plastic off of the local beaches and created a sculpture out of it that is now being exhibited in the UNEXSO Diving Museum.
A wax resist dyeing technique on fabric. This sparked my interest in Fiber Art. It’s still one of my favorite mediums to this day, even though I do not work with it often.
The circus came into town at my school and I just had to go. I have never been to a circus before.
Birds have always been a favorite of mine. Their movements just intrigue me. I can see myself photographing birds a lot in my future. You never know what kind of great shot you will come across.
Creating awesome effects with an overexposed long shutter and a flashlight.
Even though kids can sometimes be extremely hard to photograph, they really bring a lot of emotion to a photo.
Here’s a small collection of my Butterfly Photography. I know its overdone, but they are still fun to shoot.
This oil painting was created in the Spring of 2012.
“I put this landscape where I thought it belonged, but I also included hints of Earth to snap you back into reality.”
This extremely unique fashion show exhibits garments created by recycled materials such as plastics, paper, and tape.