This series of photographs is a reflection of my fascination with the pinhole camera. Each photograph in the series is an experiment of long exposure and movement. The result is a series of photographs that highlight fleeting moments.
This piece is made up of 18 separate parts that were painted individually. Each part feels disconnected from the other – nothing lines up perfectly, the colors are extremely exaggerated, and it's size is overwhelming. All of these attributes combine to make this piece an interesting take on the history of art in Italy.
ITalian Marble Watercolor Series
This watercolor series documents the beautiful marble seen around Italy. The series looks at marble from different perspectives and appreciates the history of marble in Italian churches.
Journaling Through Italy
I went to Italy on a study abroad trip for art and art history the summer of 2013. The culture, the food, and the art were so rich and I had to privilege of recording some of the amazing things I saw in this journal.