Tag Archives: conceptual photography

Artist Journal, Volume 1

I need to explain some complexities of my personality to properly tell you where I’m going lately. TheView full post »

Meant to Be (part 3, final)

Of all the weird things I’ve asked people to do with me, I think this one takes the cake. On one ofView full post »

Meant to Be (part 1)

Learn the very meaningful story behind this image.View full post »

White Wall Wednesday: What Speaks to You

​​ Yesterday in my ceramics class I started work on a new sculpture. My studio-mates know I’m weird and creepy,View full post »

A Not-So-White-Wall-Wednesday

Happy Wednesday, but not so happy White Wall Wednesday. I don’t have a new video for you, BUT – we are a month in toView full post »

Letting Go of Labels

NARRATIVE. STORY. TRUTH & LIES. These words are ringing in my head today. When I was younger, my story went likeView full post »

A Day in the Life

This is the image I began creating in the video below! How, I asked myself, is it relevant to share what my days areView full post »

The Freedoms We Are Afforded

Freedom. What a huge topic. Working with refugees this year opened my eyes to so much. I began to question if IView full post »

Expectation is the Death of Creativity

Scroll to the bottom of this post to enter a chance to win a PORTFOLIO REVIEW and a 45 MINUTE MENTORING SESSION! I’mView full post »

5 Ways to Be Inspired

I believe that inspiration is the heart of fulfillment. That being inspired means living a meaningful life. That whenView full post »

Fine Art From Scratch

I often feel that art is most interesting when it is most inconvenient; when you have no money, no location, nothingView full post »

How I Edit in Photoshop

My friends, I struggle a lot with sharing technical information. Not because I want to keep it a secret, but because IView full post »

Creating a Self Portrait

I get asked all the time why in the world I take self-portraits. Usually it is a simple curiosity. Especially fromView full post »

On My Decision to Take a Teaching Hiatus

I have always been open about my love of education. Growing up I wanted to be an English teacher. I thought my path wasView full post »

Creative Collaboration Challenge!

Left: Devin Schiro, Right: Brooke Shaden These days I spend a fair amount of time in my room alone talking to a camera.View full post »