Friday, December 16, 2011

'Spring in the Forest' Collection

These photos were all shot by with my original iPhone camera.
They were taken in the Spring of 2009 in Bronxville, New York as well as New York, New York.
They were printed onto matte paper the size of the iPhone screen.
Afterward, the photos were crafted into diptychs and triptychs sewn together with thread.
The thread was then glued to the backs of the photos with super glue.
They were manipulated with many natural and artificial products including vodka, sand, and saliva.

Mallomar Clarity
Collection of Bones
Alice in Wonderland

the maldives, enjoy.

Monday, December 12, 2011

grey san francisco

When you talk to that person, it's like speaking in poetry all the time.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

spring spring spring !!!!

swimming horse
Tim Flach
KNUT (my bff)
just hilarious
baby harp seals are my favorite animals, in fact I own one

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

breaking through lethargy

National Geographic shot of Bees from below-bumbling. bees. that bumble.
Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. January, 2011
Guy Bourdin for French Vogue
Baby animals in the snow! LAMBS...
Alex Stoddard, self portrait

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Conifers are inedible

The perfect treat to tell your lover that you think they're cute!

A basketball gown from Japanese Vogue

Happy December sealy-babies!!! This is literally how I feel every day in this cold, brutal winter wonderland

The photo above is a dedication to my friend Berkeley who has been working for years to accumulate this many buckeyes and has finally accomplished the buckeye collection of her dreams resulting in a gorrrrgeous sculpture project.


Monday, November 22, 2010

I can't help feeling we could have had it all

At 400′ tall Miami's new Design District condominium represents a dynamic synergy between architecture, structural engineering, and ecology. Extracting power from its environment utilizing the latest advancements in wind turbines, photovoltaics, and solar hot water generation COR upon completion will be seeking a LEED Platinum certification. The polka dotted hyper-efficient exoskeleton shell simultaneously provides building structure, thermal mass for insulation, shading for natural cooling, enclosure for terraces, armatures for turbines, and loggias for congregating on the ground.
Crazy picture from 1960- Westlands looks the same minus the new dorms..
feels like fall
paris vs. new york?
specialized (color/liquid) meditation

Friday, October 8, 2010

Pour Poesie

Waves of Physical and Emotional Growth

Crystallized by her mothers matter

from photographs with wavy edges and handwritten baking books.

Each parent took a tiny palm, picked her up and swung her over curbs.

When her mother refused to wait in lines long for rainbow

sprinkles the toddler’s tantrum was spurred.

She learned to tie shoelaces on black patent shoes in Bloomingdales

where the sales ladies asked if her seaside eyes

were purchased in their department --

Swung years away on that hammock out back,

nestled in between pineapple palms.

Placed her turtles in the pool and her bunny on the grass

where neither should have ever ventured-

In time her mother realized, she should have had another,

noticed her child could relate to adults, but not to other children.

Layers of neon Band-Aids were patted on the pain of loneliness.

She wrapped her retainer in a brown paper napkin.

Paced back and forth- those girls, sky high buns and palms clasped to palms

in front of a dreamy man’s eighth grade classroom, his song was their psalm.

Jet-skied through journalism with too silvery a giggle and an inexperienced

pulsating mind, two friends shared a book of “spiteful to survive” letters.

Childhood made up in shades of sherbet,

we kicked our awkward chicken legs.