Europe Journal (Part 1)

In the spring of 2018, my friends and I embarked on a road trip from Budapest, Hungary, through Austria to Czech Republic and back again. Each place we visited was drenched in the historic drama that surrounded the Hapsburg Monarchy, providing a texturally rich environment to photograph.

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Nura

Turn the viewer into an artist by forcing the them to ask, “What could this become? Where is this headed? What if?” 

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180 Miles to Cecilia

It was 10pm and I had just realized the studio we were scheduled to shoot at the following morning was located in Davenport, Iowa, a three hour drive from my native Chicago.

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Natural Light

I really like the graininess, high contrast and imperfections of film. In my photography, I am always looking for a mood that feels painterly and rich in texture.

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Don't Look Down

Every summer, I travel with my family to Oshkosh, Wisconsin to attend the Experimental Aircraft Association's AirVenture show. Thousands of aircraft enthusiasts travel from across America to witness an unparalleled gathering of flight machines.

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The Textures of Ralph Lauren

I like to wear materials that I can live in, play with my dog in and get down on my knees to take a photo in. My favorite pieces are faded, muddy and carry a story. Over the past few years, I have collected some Ralph Lauren pieces that give me the feeling that I am looking for.

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Snow-Day

SNOW-DAY represents a wanted break from routine. Snow also unifies our environment with a simplified color palette - a blank canvas. The word describes what I wanted from this collection: a fresh start.

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Prairie: A Self Portrait

Prairie is my first year as a photographer. It is a collection of photos that serve as a self portrait, an origin story and contains the fertile soil needed to continue to grow as a story teller and image maker.

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