Georgia Vineyard - October 2017

This is my Grandfather's small backyard vineyard. He has been growing Muscadine and Scuppernong for almost 30 years, and using these grapes to make his own wine. On my last visit, he drove me around (on the bat mobile) and talked about his process, and all the other plants around the yard.

Massachusetts: Summer 2017

Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard 

I cannot express how much I fell in love with this place... it was a challenge to edit down. Thanks to one of my best friends, Katie, this was possible. 

Lenscratch's 2016 Signs of Life Exhibition

Check out today's post on Lenscrach. 

Lenscratch is one of my favorite photography blogs. This exhibition shows images of signs taken by various photographers worldwide (including me). Thank you Aline Smithson and everyone at Lenscratch for encouraging and supporting photographers. 

Screenshot of my inclusion in  Signs of Life  exhibition on Lenscratch. October 21,2016

Screenshot of my inclusion in Signs of Life exhibition on Lenscratch. October 21,2016

Film 2016

Images taken in Wilmington, Holly Springs, Downtown Raleigh, Yates Mill, and Fuquay Varina, NC. The 35mm color film was a gift from my good friend and fellow photographer, Katie Murray.

Bass Lake 2015

Bird houses scattered along the trail at Bass Lake in Holly Springs, NC.

Childhood Homes from memory

I found this project from my Concepts in Photography course. They are floor plans of my childhood homes recreated from memory, using old photographs taken by my father and myself. Looking back, I definitely needed to include more photographs and parts of other memories. The last image is a book I made with this series as a gift to my father.

Covington, Georgia

My family and I started the new year visiting my Grandfather in Georgia. It was such a memorable time catching up and listening to my Grandfather's incredible life stories. His property tells a lot about him and his interests.

Springboro, Ohio

My Granny and Granddad lived off of Main Street in Springboro, OH. This October, my brother and I walked around the historical Underground Railway town.

I will always remember the wonderful childhood visits to their home. In memory of Eska and Earl Winkler.