My European hotel tour ends in Paris. Despite the abundance of dog shit on the street, and a total lack of late night eating establishments, I just can't quite you Paris. There is something about this city that holds my attention completely.
I participated in a group show at Gallery U last month and these are the photos I took with the theme of "atonement" in mind. This marks the first time that I have shown any photographic work publicly, so a special thanks to Robbeyond from Try State Magazine. Rob's support has been invaluable.
During the cold (SF) winter months I took these photos in my apartment. I wanted to create a voyeuristic feeling as though the photo was taken without my knowing. A glimpse into another person's personal space. Notice excess noise is still a problem.
I took these last year in an attempt to understand artificial lighting and the body. This set marks my initial foray into nude self-portraiture and photography in general. At the time, I didn't fully understand ISO so these turned out very noisy. For the most part I like the grain as it creates a vintage appearance that works well.