Like I said, I am undergraduate at the University of Washington, vigorously studying the History of Art and Architecture with the Honors College. I don’t know what I want to do with my life just yet, but I’m trying my best to figure it out. I’m a photographer, barista, author, student, best friend, Dear Abby, teacher and musician – how can I go wrong?
I love photography, but I’m not always consistent about using my power for good (art) instead of evil (party snapshots). Now, I realize that not all of my photos here are ‘art quality’ – generally, I work with a 2006 Olympus SP700 / 6.0 megapixels / 256 MG of memory. Yeah. Now this is no excuse – as any photographer knows, you can take amazing photos with the cheapest camera, and mediocre photos with the world’s most expensive specimen. My other weapon of choice is a 2008 Canon EOS Rebel XTi / 10.1 megapixels. Neither of these are professional grade, but so what? As you can see, I most often work in digital, which is not to say I am not a film-proponent still mourning the death of Kodachrome and Polaroid. When I do work in film, I use a 2003 Minolta Maxxum (for black and white prints) and a Diana+ (for more artsy stuff).
Like what you see here? Take a look at my Flickr for a more complete portfolio (and outtakes).