Matt Pond was fantastic, and it was awesome that Julia was as big of a fan as I am. They sounded just like their albums. But I think the coolest part of the night was that THB opened for them and then got asked to play with them again on June 8th.
(itunes: Isles & Glaciers: Hills Like White Elephants)
These are three pictures from my photos 1 final. I did a series on ten double exposure pictures of nature and the built form. The idea was about creating a surreal moment where two opposite elements coexist. I'll post more when I get them scanned.
I think this was the first time I've been golfing in over six years. I pared the last hole which was encouraging.
So I'm basically living on my own this summer. I've got my own room, cook my own food, buy my own groceries, pay for my own gas. It kinda sucks. I'm trying to find a third job so I can make some more money this summer. Right now I'm working in the campus post office and doing janitor work in the architecture building.
Zach wanted a picture for his behance.com site, so I set up the studio lights and took a bunch of shots. The monumental moment of the night was when I convinced Zach he should shave his head. It took a lot of prying, but I think he's happy with the result.
I am an architecture student at Judson University outside of Chicago, IL. Sometimes design is not enough of an artistic outlet for me, so I pick up a camera. This blog is the result of that outlet. Hope you enjoy what you see. I am available for weddings and freelance work.