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.
When your brother asks for you to take his portrait, you say yes...and give him options. It was a privilege to be able to do this, and so fun! Oh, and Scotty (Mom's Greyhound) and Dad made an appearance.
This orchid was a birthday present from my now Fiancé in 2015. I repotted it in 2016, and just keeps multiplying! Time to repot again!
Downtown Fuquay-Varina, NC.
Check out today's post on Lenscrach. http://lenscratch.com/2016/10/the-2016-signs-of-life-exhibition/
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.
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.
It was so fun walking around downtown Atlanta with my parents seeing where they used to work and hang out. My Mom remembers the "Save the Fox" stickers in the '80s, thankfully it was saved and is still used for shows.
ECU SOAD Textile Design Program