While everyone was taking photos of the same landscapes, I went with a different approach with my photography; fixing the perspectives of my photography using photoshop to change the look completely. That’s when I changed gears, going from black and white landscapes to a surrealistic, dream-like photograph. Recently, I have been interested in expanding my photography skills, trying out alternative photo processes to find new ways of twisting my art to my liking. One of the styles I’ve been practicing are combination prints, using multiple images in the darkroom to make one image. Another way I do this is a style called “picture weaving.” Using this process, I combine images by printing two separate images, cutting them into strips, and weaving them into one. Creating new images that balance between the contrasting emotions I feel. Making art like this really changes my perspective on photography because it makes me feel more in control of my work. I love to do photography like this because this process gives me the chance to create art that no one would see anywhere else.
Awards, honors and recognition
2014 Honorable Mention in B&W Photography, Lake Tahoe Community College (The Look Of Evil) 2nd Place in Digital Art, Lake Tahoe Community College (Enter At Your Own Risk) 2015 3rd Place in Painting, Lake Tahoe Community College (The Unhealthy Meal) 2017 Student Art Exhibit Winner, Sierra Nevada College (Static) Photographer’s Forum Finalist, Photographer’s Forum (Hawk Hangout) Honorable Mention, International Photography Awards (Fracture) Fear Awards Finalist, Fear Awards (Fracture) iHorror Awards finalist, iHorror Awards (Gates Of Hell) Fear Awards finalist, Fear Awards (Gates Of Hell) Fear Awards Finalist, Fear Awards (Cathedral Crimes) 2018 Honorable Mention, International Photography Awards (Bagpipes) Honorable Mention, International Photography Awards (Sea Swings) 2019 Blinded, New Dreams International Film Festival Official Selection Disfigured Dolls, Aphrodite Film Awards Finalist Predicting A Beautiful Sunset, IPA (International Photography Awards) Honorable mention
English and Spanish
Canon Rebel T6
Canon 18-55 mm, Canon 50 mm, Canon 75-300 mm
Breaking the Ice
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