visual diary

day 12 photo project
these were done for my digital photography class last semester. these photos were from a digital print which were dry mounted onto a mount board. i divided the photo into squares and cut them up; basically cutting up each photo and keep them away from each other as to not mess them up. for presentation i took each pile of the photos and laid them out in random order and asked my peers to put the photos back together. 
the idea behind this was to show how we needed to see the gray in life. when putting back the photos, each person would have to pay attention to small details that they might have missed if they had simply looked at the each photo as a whole. 
in that sense, in figuring out the puzzle and making out the whole image, represents our views on the people we see everyday. sometimes they seem like a jumbled mess of details, but when we put all the details together, we see the simple (yet complex), whole person. 
check out my website (which i also made for this class.. but not all of the photos on here are for the class itself!)day 12 photo project
these were done for my digital photography class last semester. these photos were from a digital print which were dry mounted onto a mount board. i divided the photo into squares and cut them up; basically cutting up each photo and keep them away from each other as to not mess them up. for presentation i took each pile of the photos and laid them out in random order and asked my peers to put the photos back together. 
the idea behind this was to show how we needed to see the gray in life. when putting back the photos, each person would have to pay attention to small details that they might have missed if they had simply looked at the each photo as a whole. 
in that sense, in figuring out the puzzle and making out the whole image, represents our views on the people we see everyday. sometimes they seem like a jumbled mess of details, but when we put all the details together, we see the simple (yet complex), whole person. 
check out my website (which i also made for this class.. but not all of the photos on here are for the class itself!)day 12 photo project
these were done for my digital photography class last semester. these photos were from a digital print which were dry mounted onto a mount board. i divided the photo into squares and cut them up; basically cutting up each photo and keep them away from each other as to not mess them up. for presentation i took each pile of the photos and laid them out in random order and asked my peers to put the photos back together. 
the idea behind this was to show how we needed to see the gray in life. when putting back the photos, each person would have to pay attention to small details that they might have missed if they had simply looked at the each photo as a whole. 
in that sense, in figuring out the puzzle and making out the whole image, represents our views on the people we see everyday. sometimes they seem like a jumbled mess of details, but when we put all the details together, we see the simple (yet complex), whole person. 
check out my website (which i also made for this class.. but not all of the photos on here are for the class itself!)day 12 photo project
these were done for my digital photography class last semester. these photos were from a digital print which were dry mounted onto a mount board. i divided the photo into squares and cut them up; basically cutting up each photo and keep them away from each other as to not mess them up. for presentation i took each pile of the photos and laid them out in random order and asked my peers to put the photos back together. 
the idea behind this was to show how we needed to see the gray in life. when putting back the photos, each person would have to pay attention to small details that they might have missed if they had simply looked at the each photo as a whole. 
in that sense, in figuring out the puzzle and making out the whole image, represents our views on the people we see everyday. sometimes they seem like a jumbled mess of details, but when we put all the details together, we see the simple (yet complex), whole person. 
check out my website (which i also made for this class.. but not all of the photos on here are for the class itself!)

day 12 photo project

these were done for my digital photography class last semester. these photos were from a digital print which were dry mounted onto a mount board. i divided the photo into squares and cut them up; basically cutting up each photo and keep them away from each other as to not mess them up. for presentation i took each pile of the photos and laid them out in random order and asked my peers to put the photos back together. 

the idea behind this was to show how we needed to see the gray in life. when putting back the photos, each person would have to pay attention to small details that they might have missed if they had simply looked at the each photo as a whole. 

in that sense, in figuring out the puzzle and making out the whole image, represents our views on the people we see everyday. sometimes they seem like a jumbled mess of details, but when we put all the details together, we see the simple (yet complex), whole person. 

check out my website (which i also made for this class.. but not all of the photos on here are for the class itself!)


day 10 jewelry fabrication and metal welding
some late photos. it’s been a hectic week pre-finals. i finally finished up this hopi pin. gonna post up some more things after we get them back (hopefully next week)~
look at how healthy i eat.. i’ve literally gone through a good 6 bags of these in a week. not much, but still pretty bad… View Larger

day 10 jewelry fabrication and metal welding

some late photos. it’s been a hectic week pre-finals. i finally finished up this hopi pin. gonna post up some more things after we get them back (hopefully next week)~

look at how healthy i eat.. i’ve literally gone through a good 6 bags of these in a week. not much, but still pretty bad…


day 4 (1/2) the revolution: “FUCK GOV. NOT PEOPL”
my philosophy teacher brought in a guest speaker from the new wave communist movement. i have to say, they’re argument is compelling, but i don’t think the world is educated enough to see this happen within my lifetime. maybe in the future where everything is perfect and everyone owns androids. and the humans are at peace with themselves. and there’s no such thing as chapped lips on windy days. 
the tagging on top was taken yesterday in my school parking lot. whether or not the two correlate, we’ll never know. day 4 (1/2) the revolution: “FUCK GOV. NOT PEOPL”
my philosophy teacher brought in a guest speaker from the new wave communist movement. i have to say, they’re argument is compelling, but i don’t think the world is educated enough to see this happen within my lifetime. maybe in the future where everything is perfect and everyone owns androids. and the humans are at peace with themselves. and there’s no such thing as chapped lips on windy days. 
the tagging on top was taken yesterday in my school parking lot. whether or not the two correlate, we’ll never know. 

day 4 (1/2) the revolution: “FUCK GOV. NOT PEOPL”

my philosophy teacher brought in a guest speaker from the new wave communist movement. i have to say, they’re argument is compelling, but i don’t think the world is educated enough to see this happen within my lifetime. maybe in the future where everything is perfect and everyone owns androids. and the humans are at peace with themselves. and there’s no such thing as chapped lips on windy days. 

the tagging on top was taken yesterday in my school parking lot. whether or not the two correlate, we’ll never know.