This past semester at school has really shifted the way I think not only in terms of art, but specifically my art and the future of my art work (thank you all the professors who taught me to think of "Your work should be in National Geographic" in a different way..I no longer strive for the "perfect" image, but yet one that means/says something other than the obvious thing the image is discussing)
A perfect example of this is the book I made for Serial and Sequential Imagery for my final project. I'm sure it is unlike any other book of frogs you have seen, and definitely different than any image of a frog that may have been publish in National Geographic - something I used to emphasize in my work.
A lot of the images I have posted and will continue to post are in no way what would have been on this blog had I done this internship a year earlier. So my advice for those that are viewing, open your mind and really think about what it is your looking at. Is there more to an image that appears to be nothing? For example, many of my surface images of water. Think about. Water is an amazing thing...