Tag: fine art

You Should Be Here

You should be here – Grief Series – 2022

Taylor Swift Series; Folklore

All these people think love’s for show but I would die for you in secret “Peace,” ‘Folklore’ Let me first start by saying that I took 48 images for this specific shoot, on film, but half the time I guess my shutter stuck or never opened, because I got 12

Grief Series; “Through the Storm”

Each one of these individual stories through this larger project has been hard to introduce within each solo blog. Each story is unique, challenging in it’s own way, and none of them are complete – as they never will be. What’s even more close to my heart are most of

Grief Series; “Chosen Family”

In instances of disbelief and heartache, we get caught up in the temporary horror or grief of our circumstances without the ability to dissect what we are going through with a clear mind. Oppositely, sometimes we go through instances that are absolutely horrific and downplay them because we have high

Grief Series; Hazed Panic

 Grief is loss; but grief isn’t just loss of physical life. Grief is the loss of a life you had, or an existence you had prior to the rug being ripped from underneath you. Sometimes we are blindsided by the people we love – sometimes there are secrets held from

When are you Enough

Self 17/52 When do we start to love who we are? When do we start to understand REAL isn’t found online? When do we stop comparing and start enjoying what our bodies do for us? Photographs are representations. It is not real life. Digital media is filled with faux presentation;

Nobody said no

The lows

Recovery isn’t all that glamourous. Some days I’ll be talking to my therapist and be thinking, “I really don’t need to be here,” “she’s saying everything I already know,” “I think I have the tools to move forward now,” and then days like today happen. I’m usually pretty good about

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